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ELIZABETHTOWN 

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Elizabethlown College 



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CONESTOGAN 2009 



volume 87 



Elizabethtown College 

One Alpha Drive, Elizabethtown, PA 17022-2298 




'TOWN COI.'.EGt 
ONE ALPHA DRIVE 
-VZABETHTOWN. PA 17099.09'v 



717.361.1000 • http://www.etc 



table of contents. 



seniors 


12 


Com m£ne£n)£nt 


40 


Campus Life 


54 


6v£nts 


78 


flthl^ties 


98 


l)tad^nt ^Directory & Clubs 


140 


flnnounc^m^nts 


170 




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Table of Contents'^ 3 




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spmors. 



"you have brains in your head. 

you have feet in your shoes. 

you can steer yourself in any direction you choose. 

you're on your own. 

find you know what you know. 

you are the guy who'll decide wherpto go." 

- f>v. <§>euss, American Writer & Cartoonist 




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12 J* Senior Portraits 




Senior Portraits 



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Jessica L. Allen 

ENGLISH EDUCATION 



Jennifer L. Ammirata 

BIOLOGY 



Megan L. Angstadt 

COMMUNICATIONS 



Daniel E. Ascanio 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 




14 Senior Portraits 







Lindsav M. Boyle: 

BUSINESS 

ADMINISTRATION 



Danielle M. Brandt 
ELEMENTARY El >! 



K.iikv C. Hrautigam 
ACCOUNTING 



Patricia E. Breitwieset 

INTERNATIONAL 

BUSINESS 




Brad M. Bri>.m 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 



Jennifer H. Brizek 

HEALTH & I 



Con\ M. Browi 



kri-lin C. Broun 



Senior Portraits 




IPjkB 



Mark A. Buchmoyer 

COMPI TER SCIENCE 



Allison D. Burket 

HEALTH & OCCUPATION 



Arlene D. Burno 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION (CCE) 



Sean A. Burrows 

BUSINESS 
ADM/N/STRAT/ON 




Wendv M. Butler 

INTERNATIONAL 
BUSINESS 



Kristin E. Callaghan 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Sarah L. Campbell 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Jessica L. Carwile 
BUSINESS 

ADM/N/STRAT/ON 




Marisa N. Cassidv 
H/STORY 



Madison M. Cessna 

ENGLISH 



Albert Choute 

COMMUN/CAT/ONS 



Ashley S. Clarke 
COMMUN/CAT/ONS 




Senior Portraits 




Kristen A. Ci>nro\ 

i 'i )MMl MCATIONS 



Joseph R. Cooper 

i o.MMt MCATIONS 



Michelle T. Copeland 

SOCIAL WORK 



Elizabeth L. Cox 

BUSINESS 
ADMIN/STRATION 




Laura S. Critchfield 

Blul I 



Diego A. Cru: 

INTERNATIONAL 

BUSINESS 



Matthew J. Currie 

MODERN LANGUAGES/ 
PSYCHOLOGY 



Tina L. Darchicourt 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION fCCE) 




Megan K. DeUeo 

HEALTH & OCCL'PATIi IN 



Scot! C Derkac 

HISTORY 



Alaina S. Detoma 
CHEMISTRY 



Rebecca I . Devene\ 

HEALTH 8 OCCUPATION 



Senior Portraits 17 




Paul T. Devlin 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 



Sarah K. Deysher 
BIOLOGY 



Nicholas J. Diaduk 
COMPUTER ENGINEERING 



Kelsey L. Diehl 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Jenny L. Dietz 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Matthew W. Diller 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 



Amanda E. Dimatteo 

ENGLISH 



Margaret K. Dodson 

SOCIOLOGY- 
ANTHROPOLOGY 




Jessalyn M. Donnelly 


Brooke J. Dotterer 


Kristin Dougher 


Alison D. Duval 


BIOLOGY 


SOCIOLOGY 


BUSINESS 


ACTUARIAL SCIENCE 




ANTHROPOLOGY 


ADMINISTRATION 






Kristen M. Ebersol 

COMMUNICATIONS 



Heather L. Edmond 

i < IMMl NICATIONS 



Megan 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 



Rebecca L. Erdman 

MATHEMATICS 
EDUCATION 



Senior Portraits 




Douglas A. Eroh 


Erika A. Farkas 


Audra A. Fanen 


Lee S. Ferguson 


CRIM1NA1 IUSTIC1 


PSYCH. " 


COMMUNICATIONS 


BUSINESS 




Senior Portraits 19 




Gretchen L. Geiger 
BIOLOGY 



Laura M. Get: 

PSYCHOLOGY/MUSIC 



Gabrielle R. Giannetti 
HEALTHS OCCUPATION 



Jinny L. Gibble 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 




Jasmine N. Gollup 

HISTORY 



Amanda M. Gordon 

HEALTH & OCCUPATION 



Kevin M. Green 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
MANAGEMENT 



David R. Grey 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 




Timothy J. Guy 

SOCIAL STUDIES 
EDUCATION 



Marian E. Guiik 

ACCOUNTING 



Andrea M. Guzzo 

COMMUNICATIONS 



Kimherly A. Hailey 
si 11 I \| WORK 






20 Senior Portraits 




Jessica L. Hargest 

I \\ IR< iNMENTAL 
S< HENCE 



Jeremy M. Harwick 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
iFMENT 



Andrew P. Hauser 
COMMUNICATIONS 



Jennifer N. Hawkins 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

MANAGEMENT 




Samuel R. Heaps 


Jessica M. Hediger 


Kelly A. Heidi 


Jennifer L. Heisev 


BUSINESS 


. TARY EDUCATION 


ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 


PSYCHOLOGY' 


ADMINISTRATION 










Jessie.. A. Hill 
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ANTHROPOLOGY 





Senior Portraits 




Rebecca L. Hull 
BIOLOGY 



Jennifer E. Hoover 

COMMUNICATIONS 



Lauren N. Hoover 
BIOLOGY 



Carlv A. Hoskii 
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Katlvn L. Howes 
ENGLISH EDUCATION 



Jessica M. Hudon 

PSYCHOLOGY 



Joseph D. Hudzick 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATK IN 



Arav L. Huttenstim 
MATHEMATICS 

EDUCATION 




Katharine R. Huyiebroeck 

HEALTH & OCCUPATION 



Crystal J. Illigasch 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Nikkole A. Imler 
SOCIAL WORK 



Tara L. Ison 

BUSINESS 
\DMINISTR \Mi iN 




Jonathon E. Jefferie 
M VTHEMATK S 
EDUl \TU )\ 



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JennaJ. Karkuff 


Steven A. Kase 


Ryan P. Ka.svan 


Jacob L. Kiilcr 


COMMUNICATIONS 


BUSINESS 


BUS/NESS 


COMMUNICATIONS 




ADM/N'MKUd IN 


ADMINISTRATI 






Jennifer A. Ketchen 


Corio I. Kidwell 


Elizabeth C. Kirk 


liffriA S. Kirkliott 




BUSINESS 


iLOCH 


Bl S/NESS 




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ADM7NISTRATH IN 




Matthew I'. Kochuba KelseaC. Kozak 

H/c II I H n ELEMENTARY H >l ( \TU IN 



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Tiffany L. Kulp 

BIOCHEMISTRY 



Amy L. Kumpf 

RELIGIOUS STUD/ES 




Daniel J. Lauletta 

COMMUNICATIONS 



Sarah E. Lavvlor 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 



Matthew]. Kutz Sarah E. Lanphier 

COMMUNICATIONS Bl SINESS 

ADMINISTRATION 

John J. Lee Stacey L. Lehman 

INTERNATIONAL BIOTECHNOLOGY 



MHH 




Trisha S. Lemon 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Sarah E. Levine 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Jonathan Lewis 

INTERNATIONAL 
BUSINESS 



Katherine E. Little 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATIO 




Rachel N. Louiso 
ADMINISTRATION 



24 Senior Portraits 




Amanda B. McCann 



Genevieve M. McCarron 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



(Catherine A. McGaudand 

ELEMENTARY EDI 



Kennedy M. McChesney 
[ENCE 




Ryan C. McDonald 

biologi 



Sarah R. McFariand 

ELEMENTARY EC 



K><r\ McKeoro o 
CRIMINA1 



bhley E. McMaster 
ADMINISTRATION 




Megan E. Memoli 



Francis C. Messina 

INDI STRIAL ENGINEERING 

MANAGEMENT 



Brandon J. Met: 

MATHEM \//i S 



Evan W. Met: 

MM HA.M/CAL 
ENGIN1 I 




Christine R. Miller 
INFORMATION SYSTEMS 



Matthew J. Miller 

ACCOUNTING 



Rachel J. Moat: 

INTERNATIONAL 
BUSINESS 



Daniel J. Moll 

Bl SINESS 
VDMINISTH \TU IN 




Jennifer L Montag 



ACTUARIAL si ll-:\( I 



Rohvn L. Morgan 

BUSINESS 

ADMINISTRATION 



Amanda N. Morrisette 
CRIMINAL /L'STICE 



26 Senior Portraits 




Jeffer) R. Mullen 

INESS 
ADMINISTRATION 



Brian R. Mumm.iu 

Bl SINESS 
\DMINISTR 



James J. Munnellv 
POLITK U 



Rebecca A. Murrav 
PSYI Hi 




Kevin Nace 


Anthony J. Napoli 


Carlv M. Nevill 


Mikael S. Nevi 


COUNTINl 


Bl SINESS 




Bl SINESS 




ADMINISTRATION 




ADMINISTRATE 





Karen R. Orndorf 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Alexandra R. Pagano 

CHEMISTRY 



Jessica A. Pandolfino 

SOCIOLOGY 

WTHROPOLOGY 



Kristen L. Paporello 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Jessica S. Parkes 
HEALTH 8 OCCUPATION 



Kaylyn A. Parman 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Bhavin C. Patel 

COMPUTER ENGINEERING 



Sheila K. Patrick 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 



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Justine E. Peloquin 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Brittany M. Peters 



Jennifer L. Peterson 

PSYCHOLOGY 



Steven A. Peterson 
ACCOUNTING 




Alex A. PolettO 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 



Senior Portraits 




Man M.Ponzio Meredith L. Pritchard Marisha L. Pucilowski Clifford K- Quatdande 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION COMMI \d \Nt i.\s BUSINESS HISTORY 



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Megan A. Quins Suren T. Rajakaruna 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION BIOTECH! 




Lyndsej \t. Reeve 

Bl v N 
ADMINISTRATION 



Chru M. Regensburg 

Bl v' 
ADMINISTRATION 



&Af\A 



Thomas K. Reinmille 
BIOD 



Diana C. Reit: 

MATH. ' 



Sarah EL Ridi 
THEATRE TECHM 

PER Ei 'J ' 



Janet L. Richards 

bk n i 



Senior Portraits 29 




Jillian A. Roberts 


Rachel E. Rohland 


Jameson C. Rohrer 


Megan R. Romano 


BUSINESS 


COMMUNICATIONS 


ENGLISH 


MATHEMATICS SB QNEWffl 


ADMINISTRATION 






EDUCATION 




Jared M. Rosenau 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 



Shane R. Rowland 

BUSINESS- 
ADMINISTRATION 



Michael S. Ruhv 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Steven J. Ruhnke 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 







Ahhv L. Sauder 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 



Danielle E. Schaffer 

SOCIAL WORK 



Joshua T. Schaffer 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Philip J. Schaffer 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



30 Senior Portraits 




H:ra K. Schatz 

Bl SINI SS 



Sara J. Schreffler 
PSYI Hi i] 



Caitlin E. Schubert Stephanv D. Schultz 

MATHI ' 




l;u-lvn Scott 



Jadvn Scott 



Thomas J. Semanek 



APVIJMSTRAT/O.V 



Chri>rv J. Serpico 



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Amanda J. Shaak 
COMMUNICATIONS 



Adam P. Sheible 



Dana L. Simmons 
INTERNATIONAL 

bi sn 



Jamie L Smith 



Melinda A. Snavet) 
ENGLISH EDUCATION 



Jessica L Snyder 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 



Shannon N. Sinclair 




Karyn H. Snyder 

ELEMENTARY EP 



Senior Portraits 31 




Christine N. Sowers 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Shaleen A. Spulio 

INTERNATIONAL 
BUSINESS 



Kathryn A. Stahl 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Jarret R. Stehr 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Matthew B. Stein 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Graham E. Stokes 

THEATRE 



Christopher A. Strulson 

BIOCHEMISTRY 



Ashley L. Sweeney 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 




Kristen A. Taddonio 

BIOLOGY EDUCATION 



Jennifer L. Tarr 

COMMUNICATIONS 



Kelly M. Tate 

HISTORY 



Nicole M. Teran 

ELEMENTARY EDL'CATK ) 




ABB 



Natasha A. Threatts 

THEATRE 



Stephanie A. Triner 

BIOLOGY 



Abbie E. Trone 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 



Jacqueline O. Trotter 

HEALTH & OCCUPATION 







32 Senior Portraits 




Jeanette N. Vanderwerfi Kelly A. Yanneman 

SOCIAL WORK HEALTH & OCCUPATION 



Kylee G. Vansant 
SOCIAL WORK 



Elvse M. Venturella 

THEATRE 
COMMUNICATIONS 




Steven D. Vernaci 

bi sn 

ADMINISTRATION 



Tiffanv S. Vbgel Rebecca D. Yon Funk Nicole E. Wagenblast 

SOCIi i] POLITICAL SCIENCE 

ANTHROPOLOGY 




Andrew A. Wagner 
bi sn 



Michael R. Wagner 

B/OI I 



KrUti M. Warner 

HEALTH 8 OCCL PATIOS 



1 in M. Weeki 

HEALTH & OCCIPATU >N 



Senior Portraits 33 




Megan B. Weems 

SOCIAL STUDIES 
EDUCATION 



Lauren E. Wells 

ENGLISH 



Kathryn A. Welsh 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 



Barry L. Wertz 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION (CCE) 




Bradley P. Whitcomb 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 



Bridger D. Whitesell 

PSYCHOLOGY 



Kaitlyn E. Wieland 

BIOLOGY 



Kimberly A. Wienches 

INTERNATIONAL 
BUSINESS 




Amy R. Wildasin 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 



Amanda R. Winter 

MATHEMATICS 



Marisa N. Wirfel Shauna L. Witmer 

POLITICAL SCIENCE HEALTH & OCCUPATION 




Sarah M. Woodward 
HISTORY 



Sarah E.A. Yarger Paul A. Yeager 

POLITICAL SCIENCE ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



James C. Young 

INFORMATION 
SYSTEMS (CCE) 



Senior Portraits 




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Alice K. Yu 

»l CAT/ON 



Jason J. Yurchak Kristen M. Zamietra 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE B/OLOGY 




Jennifer E. Zielinski 
PI »LITI( AL SCIENCE 



Senior Portraits 35 



In Memor/am 



Craig Anderson 



A Junior Block Bond 

First day of Junior Block, 

We couldn't stop looking at the clock, 

Twenty-one strangers gathered in a room, 

Little did we know how our friendships would bloom. 

Dr. Pitcher's class began the week, 

But somehow we talked her into getting our schedule tweak 

Craig's favorite spot was the Author's chair, 

Where his contagious laugh he would always share. 

Next we traveled to Room 1 33, 

Where Dr. Bowman taught us history. 

Here we could see Craig shine so bright, 

You would never have guessed he was battling a tight. 



Dr. Jones taught us teamwork and trust, 
Boy you know, science is a must! 
The hanger banger experiment sure was fun, 
With Craig sitting there, laughing at everyone! 






Then we had good ol' Professor Wile, 
Whose daily math joke made us smile. 
Craig co-taught a lesson on his own, 
Although no one else had to do it alone. 

Craig was proud to host the Future Teachers of America e 
Where memories were made and good times were spent. 
A positive attitude, a true gentleman, humble and strong, 
These were qualities Craig possessed all along. 

All Craig wanted was to teach, 

A goal he thought he'd never reach. 

What he didn't know was that he taught us all. 

To live life to the fullest and never be afraid to fall. 

Now his is in heaven smiling down, 

Cheering tor the Phillies and his beloved E-town. 

Love, -Junior Block Fall 2007 



36 In Memoriam 



n Memor/am 



Stephanie Cady 




Footprints 



One night I had a dream- 

I dreamed I was walking along the beach with the Lord 

and across the sky flashed scenes from my life. 

For each scene I noticed two sets of footprints, 

one belonged to me and the other to the Lord. 

When the last scene ^\ my life flashed before me, 

1 looked hack at the footprints in the sand. 

1 noticed that many times along the path of my life, 

there was only one set of footprints. 

1 also noticed that it happened at the very lowest 

and saddest times in my life. 

This really bothered me and I questioned the Lord about it. 

"Lord, you said that once 1 decided to follow you, 

you would walk with me all the way, 

>ut I have noticed that during the most troublesome times in my life 

there is only one set of footprints. 

"I don't understand why in rimes when I needed you most, 

you should leave me." 

The Lotd replied, "My precious, precious chi 

1 low you and 1 would never, never leave yo 

during your times of trial and suffering. 

"When you saw only one set of footprints, 

lr was then that I carried you." 



By! Marv Stevenson 





InMemoriam 



In Memoriam 

Katelyn John 



ASCENSION 

And if I go, 

while you're still here... 

Know that 1 live on, 

vibrating to a different measure 

-behind a thin veil you cannot see through. 

You will not see me, 

so you must have faith. 

I wait for the time when we can soar together again, 

-both aware of each other. 

Until then, live your life to its fullest. 

And when you need me, 

Just whisper my name in your heart, 

...I will be there. 

"Ascension" 
Copyright ©1987, Colleen Corah Hitchcock 





In Memoriam 




In Honor of All 

Elizabethtown College 

Students, Past, Present & Future. 







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"you are educated. 

your certification is in your degree. 

you may think of it as the ticket to the good life. 

Let me ask you to think of an alternative. 

Think of it as your ticket to changed world." 

- Tom Brokaw, Journalist 




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Elizabethtown College's Senior Week 2009 kicked off on 

May 13th with an old fashioned Pig Roast. The 

Roast was grilled and smoked to perfection by Hess's 

Caterers of Lancaster. This year was beautiful outside, 

es enjoyed memories and lots of food on the Brossman 

Back Patio and inside the Event Space. 

The members of the Class of '09 started the second day of 

Senior Week with 'Starbucks & Memories' at the Raffensperger 

Alumni House. Seniors enjoyed freshly baked French pastries, 

fresh fruit, gourmet teas, and Starbucks Coffee as they laughed 

and cried over the memories pictured in the Senior Slide Show. 

Another Etown Senior Week tradition is the Senior 
Adventure. This year didn't disappoint with fun, thrills, and water! 
Seniors had non-stop fun with unlimited miniature golf, go-karts, 
and bumper boats at Adventure Sports in Hershey. Every senior 
got to be a kid again! Attendees also got the chance to see all 
the movies thev wanted for free at MoviE-town in addition to free 
bowling at Clearview Lanes. 




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icnic and awards 

e evening of Thursday, May 14th, graduates were 
Raffensperger Alumni House garden for a picnic with 
t and the Senior Class Toast. Students were treated 
ot off the grill, mouthwatering barbecued chicken, 
portabella mushrooms in addition to very tempting 

and Betty Long personally welcomed all seniors. A 
champagne toast was also held to commemorate the years at 
Elizabethtown. 

The final day of Senior Week was kicked off with 'The 
Morning After' breakfast in the Thompson Gym. Students 
enjoyed Starbucks Coffee, fresh fruit, and baked treats followed 
by graduation rehearsal. 

Seniors were recognized at the All-College Picnic and 
Seniors' Choice Awards held in the Marketplace. The Class of 
2009 waited in suspense to see who won the coveted awards during 
lunch. 




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accalaureate 

Week came to a close with the 2009 Baccalaureate 
n Leffler Chapel on the evening of May 15th. The 
this years service was "Beloved, Let Us Love One 
rf Seniors reflected on their time at Elizabethtown College, 
with many different majors and backgrounds walked on 
discussed their college experience. Many gave credit to 
wn's environment, its professors, and how this institution 
them. In addition, the traditional Senior Choir was 
performed several musical ballads. The service ended 
erience similar to the Class of 2009's Induction into 
wn College. Everyone in the chapel lit candles and 
on Etown and its effect on them. 
Following the ceremony, Reflections by the Lake was held 
by Lake Placida. This event offered a time of fellowship for 
graduating seniors and their guests and the Colleges faculty and 
staff. Heavy hors d'oeuvres and non-alcoholic beverages were 
served as all anticipated the Commencement Ceremony to be held 
the next day. 




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thtown College held its 106th Commencement ceremony 
on Saturday, May 16, 2009. The College proudly presented almost 
517 students who completed the necessary requirements to receive a 
degree. These students represented almost 20 majors and 80 minors and 
concentrations. Several graduates met the requirements to be inducted 
nstitution's honoraries. 

r, 15 graduates were members of the Elizabethtown 

Program. An astonishing 170 international and stud) 

stood among our graduates wearing multi-colored sashes 

'd the approximately 30 countries that they called home 

ion in which they studied. 

members of the Class of 2009 were remembered during 
ony — Craig Anderson, Stephanie Cady, and Katelyn John, 
students were honored by marking their seats with the caps and 
gowns they should have worn during the ceremony. This was done in 
celebration of their lives and accomplishments. 

This year's proceedings were led by Grand Marshal Thomas R. 
Leap '74 and Marshal Carroll R. Tyminski. President Theodore E. Long 
and Provost and Senior Vice President Susan Traverso conferred the 
degrees. The 2009 Commencement Address was given by Mar}' Ellen 
McNish, General Secretary of the American Friends Service Committee. 
Also in attendance at this year's Commencement Ceremony was 
the graduating class of 1959. These members 
celebrated their 50th reunion at 
the ceremony. 




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"you have four years to be irresponsible here. 

Relax. Work is for people with jobs, you'll never 

remember class time, but you'll remember times you 

wasted hanging out with your friends. 

§o, stag out late, (no out on a Tuesday with your 

friends when you have a paper due Wednesday. 

§pend money you don't have. Drink 'til sunrise. 

The work never ends, but college does." 

- Tom Petty, flmeriean Guitarist & dinger 




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"The events in our lives happen 
in a sequence in time, 
but in their significance to ourselves 

they find their own order: 

the continuous thread of revelation': 

- 6mma Welty, flmerican Novelist 




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On August 21"', over 500 first-year students 
claimed Elizabethtown, PA their new home! 
Organized by Student Senate, upperclassmen 
helped to move all of the first- 
year's belongings into their 
new home. The Class of 201 2's 
Orientation was loaded with 
activities to make our new 
students feel welcome as they 
were guided by their very 
enthusiastic Peer Mentors. Such 
activities included campus 
tours, seminars, and the Root 
Beer Float Luau sponsored by 
Student Senate and the Campus 
Residence Association. The Luau gave the 
students an opportunity to meet some of their 
fellow new classmates as well as a chance to show 
their talent with a little karaoke. The First-Year 




Walk, about a mile long, allowed the new E-town 
members to become acquainted with not only 
the new students who they were paired with, 
but also with the Elizabethtown 
community. The busv weekend 
also included Campaign, held 
in Leffler Chapel, where brave 
first-years gave unplanned 
speeches in front of their new 
class, hoping for their peers' 
votes to become part of Student 
Senate. The Class of 2012 also 
got a sampling of some of the 
performing groups on campus 
including Phalanx, Melica, Mad 
Cow, and more. The Induction Ceremony, held on 
the Dell, gave a formal welcome to the class with 
the pinning ceremony where first-year students 
receive an official Elizabethtown College pin. 




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The 2008 Homecoming Weekend began on Friday, 

October 17 th at the Elizabethtown Fairgrounds. At 

the fairgrounds, the Float-Building Parties were 

in top gear for the creation of the 

floats relating to this year's theme, 

"Board Games." The students 

created unique and exciting floats 

inspired bv family favorites, 

such as Candy Land and Clue. 

That night Gibble Auditorium 

was a full house for Mad Cow's 

hilarious improv show. Many sat 

on the steps in the aisles to catch 

a glimpse of these funny "cows." 

Saturday morning was dedicated 

to the 14* Annual Homecoming Parade, which 

ran from the Fairgrounds to College Avenue. 

Students and community members alike braved 

the cold to watch the exciting spectacle from the 




streets. The winner of this year's parade was the 
Class of 2009 with a float that portrayed "The 
Game of Life." After the parade, many went to 
the Homecoming Fair at Brinser 
Field, where numerous clubs and 
organizations sold t-shirts, food, 
and crafts, or hosted fun games. 
Also on Saturday afternoon, 
many attended the soccer and 
field hockey games and cheered 
for the Blue Jays. Saturday night, 
students and guests attended 
A Cappella Extravaganza in 
Leffler Chapel, which hosted 
wonderful performances by 
Vocalign, Melica, and Phalanx. Finally on Sunday, 
the Marketplace offered a Family Bunch while the 
Office of Student of Activities sponsored a Murder 
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Urinetown: Tlw Musical kicked off Thursday, 

November 6th, 2008 with the swing of a flashlight! 

Urinetown tells the tale of a town where Urine Good 

Company is charging residents to 

use the public restrooms due to a 

serious water shortage. If anyone 

breaks the strict laws set dow n to 

control the use of the amenities, 

they are sent to a supposed colony 

known as "Urinetown", whose 

mystery holds all its power. Two 

local police officers, Lockstock 

and Barrel 1, played bv seniors 

Ezra Shatz and Katlyn Howes, 

respectively, patrol the streets and 

interact with the oppressed masses 

comically amidst mure serious themes of the show. 

After the fee hikes tor the amenities, the people 

hold an uprising led by Bobby Strong, played by 

[ravis Lucas, whose father was recently taken to 




"Urinetown." In the midst of turmoil, Bobby finds 
himself in love with the innocent, Urine Good 
Company's CEO's daughter, who is eventually 
kidnapped by the residents of 
Urinetown. Through waves of 
comedy, love, and death, the 
playwright Mark Hollmann 
infuses his views on the world's 
over-consumption of water, and 
portrays exaggerated effects of 
what it may cause in his satirical 
comedy. Lyrics were by Mark 
Hollmann and Greg Kotis, and the 
book by Greg Kotis as well. The cast 
enjoyed, rather enthusiastically, 
performing the show, and claimed 
it was quite a show of physical injuries. With no 
lasting harm done, everyone was healed with the 
"turn of a chair". The director for E-town's version of 
Urinetown was theatre professor Michael Swanson. 




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On Saturday, October 25, 2008, Elizabethtown 

College students galloped into the streets to 

participate in the community-wide service 

project day. Into the Streets 

2008 kicked into full gear with 

a rally on Friday evening. Prior 

to the rally during the day, 

two students galloped around 

campus to portray this year's 

theme, Gallop in the Streets, 

and to promote a couple of 

the service events. At the 

rally, there were performances 

and a cake cutting ceremony 

featuring the Blue jay mascot. Some of the 

projects taken on by E-town students include 

a youth activities fair, raking leaves for senior 

citizens, highway adoption, and dinner for the 

Ronald McDonald House, to name a few. One 




of the biggest projects is the activities fair held 
at Elizabethtown Middle School. Various clubs 
on campus volunteer to set up workshops for 
children from the community 
in grades first through fifth. 
These workshops vary from 
teach them how to play Frisbee, 
play musical instruments, learn 
Spanish, various art projects, 
and many others. Another 
project involves students 
visiting senior citizens in 
nursing homes and retirement 
communities, volunteering to 
do yard work and simply entertain them by 
singing and playing games with them. The 
students involved with these service projects 
enjoyed making a difference in someone's lives 
and hope to do it again next year. 




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E-town's annual male beauty pageant, Mr. E-town 

2009, was held on Friday, March 27 th in Leffler 

Chapel. The show was hosted by the winner of last 

year's Mr. Etown competition, 

Mike Azzalina, and Andrea 

Beard. During the show, Azzalina 

joked about experiences he had 

encountered since being crowned 

Mr. E-town 2008. Some of these 

experiences included going on 

tour with Justin Timberlake 

and adopting an Asian baby 

with Angelina and Brad. The 

seven men were elected by their 

peers from each of the residence 

housing and strutted their stuff in an attempt to 

earn the prestigious title. This year's candidates 

were: Mike White, Rover; Nate Derr, Ober; Darren 

Frehulfer, Brinser; Tom Hagerty, Founders; Adam 

Quinn, Vera Hackman Apartments; Ezra Schatz, 




Schreiber Quads; and Ryan Kasyan representing 
off-campus housing. With the help of some of the 
members of Emotion, the candidates prepared 
themselves for several rounds 
including a group dance, 
individual performances, 

and the question round. The 
individual performances ranged 
from a robot theme, High School 
Musical, and Zelda. There were 
also appearances by the Jolly 
Green Giant and a large peanut 
butter and jelly sandwich 
during the pageant questions. 
After careful deliberation by 
the judges, the first and second runners up were 
Ryan Kasyan and Tom Hagerty, respectively. As 
the other five participants waited impatiently, 
the judges deemed Ezra Shatz the winner of Mr. 
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Although this year's Relay tor Life was held in 

Thompson Gymnasium due to rainy weather, the 

atmosphere and mood of the near 500 participants 

was still positive and uplifting. 

I he event, which raises money for 

cancer awareness, took place on 

March 28 ,h at 6 PM and ended at 

6 AM the following morning. The 

theme for this year's event was 

Making Cancer History, which 

allowed teams to pick historical 

people, events, or places as ideas 

for their t-shirt designs and 

fundraisers. The event starts off 

bv honoring cancer survivors and 

remembering those who have lost 

their battle with the disease. The first lap of the night 

is a survivor lap and is followed by other various 

themed laps including a backwards lap, team spirit, 

and decades. There were also various activities that 




teams could participate in including sports events 
like volleyball, racquetball, and tug-of-war and 
group fundraisers that allowed teams to raise more 
money to add to their total amount. 
Some of the entertainment of the 
night included a showcase by 
Emotion and performances by 
Phalanx, Vocalign, For the Greater 
Good and several others. The 
Colleges Against Cancer planning 
committee set their fundraising 
goal to $75,000 in mid-October and 
thought that it would be difficult to 
reach that amount by March. Not 
only did they reach their goal but 
they surpassed it bv a whopping a 
$12,000. With the combined effort of CAC, students 
and staff, Elizabethtown College donated $87,019 to 
the American Cancer Society, together, we can get 
one step closer to making cancer history. 




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1 he students at Elizabethtown College have 

many traditions to look forward to from year to 

year. The Junior/Senior Formal is one of these 

occasions. This is a time for 

upperclassmen to shed their 

sweatpants and sweatshirts 

and dress up. Ladies found 

the perfect dresses while the 

gentlemen put on their suits 

for a night of good food, good 

company and great dancing. 

The Junior Class Senate 

researches, plans, and executes 

this event vear after year with 

new ideas each time. This year's theme was An 

Arabian Night, and took place at The Four Points 

Sheraton in Harrisburg. Students were welcome 

to check-in in the afternoon then get dressed 




and socialize with their friends prior to the 
main event. It was beautiful evening beginning 
with a Tarot Card Reader and music during 
the cocktail hour followed by 
dinner. Event goers had a choice 
of steak or chicken served with 
rice and vegetables. After 
the main course was served, 
students enjoyed dessert. 
Dinner concluded and students 
returned to socializing. Then 
the main event started: dancing. 
The Student Senate brought 
back the amazing disc jockey 
from last year to entertain students. E-town 
students and their dates then danced the night 
away and made many memories to talk about 
for manv vears to come. 




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The students battled the first semester; they pushed 
through most of the second semester, and finally 
arrived at the all-weekend celebration of TGIS, or 
"Thank Goodness It's Spring!" 
weekend .The theme fortius year's 
bash was "Through the Decades." 
It all kicked off on Thursday, 
April 23, 2009 with the "Drive- 
In Dinner" in the Marketplace. 
Later that night the movie Grease 
played, followed by rockin' swing 
dance lessons complimented 
with live music. Then on Friday, 
a few popular episodes of Saved 
By the Bell were played, and 
later topped off with an appearance from Dennis 
Haskins himself, the actor who played none other 
than Mr. Belding on the popular television show, 




The Goonies played in Gibble Auditorium. Then 
as quickly as it came, it was Saturday and that 
meant E-stock, the E-town version of Woodstock! 
Brinser Field was lined with food 
tents, thanks to Dining Services, 
along with an obstacle course, a 
rock wall, and a station to tye- 
dye shirts. Students brought 
blankets and sunscreen to the 
held to enjov the sunshine, food, 
and live music. Later that night 
students had a chance to win big 
cash prizes at The Feud, where 
contestants try to guess the most 
popular answers on a survey. 
1 here was also a showing of The Breakfast Club. 
The fun-filled weekend came to a close with an 
80s flash dance followed by a midnight breakfast 



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On Thursday, February 12, 2009, The Tempest opened 

with a quite a storm. This Shakespearean comedy 

tells an intertwining story of the rightful Duke of 

Milan, Prospero, and his attempt 

for revenge upon those who had 

dethroned him. Prospero who 

was played by Sam Gillam, and 

his daughter, Miranda, played by 

Emily Knitter, have been stranded 

upon an island, where Prospero 

has befriended a spirit, Ariel. 

Ariel, played by Emily Grove, 

creates a tempest to shipwreck 

his enemies onto the island of his 

banishment. Afterwards, Ariel 

and her spirits play many tricks 

upon Antonia, Alonso, and Sebastia, all of whom 

not-so-secretly helped strip Prospero of his title. As 

Shakespeare tends to write, there are many subplots 

to The Tempest, some of which include a deformed 




monster Caliban, played by Graham Stokes, along 
with the drunken travels of Stephano and Trincula, 
played by DJ Littell and Angela Wright, respectively 
Prospero ends up with a decision 
to take rightful revenge on his 
enemies, or not. Through themes 
of trickery, revenge, love, and 
confusion, Shakespeare wraps 
this comedic story with no death, 
but dark themes of power and 
friendship. Curt Tofteland, a 
professional director/producer/ 
actor/playwright, as well as the 
founder of the Shakespeare Behind 
Bars program, came to work with 
E-town's cast on their production 
of The Tempest. In midst of his direction and advice, 
the cast were able to use his expertise to enrich their 
performance. Directing the production was theatre 
professor Michael Swanson. 




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Champions are made from something 

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The Blue Jay men performed like seasoned warriors despite the youth 
represented on the team. With four freshmen and a sophomore running 
for points, the team placed fifth in the Mideast Regional Championships, 
ensuring that they continued the trend of placing in the top five at regionals. 
First-year Eric Reichert began his premiere college season quickly, finishing 
as the first Blue Jay in the initial three races of the season. At Juniata's Eagle 
Invitational, the team placed first of 11 teams with senior Scott Derkacz 
coming in third, and the team also monopolized fifth through eighth place 
through the impressive performances of Reichert. junior Myles Lund, and 
first-years Charlie Larsen and Evan DeArmitt. Senior Jeremy Matula ran 
well at the Battle for the Buggy at Lancaster Central Pari?, leading the Blue 
Jays to victory. The MAC championships were held at Lancaster Central 
Park for the first time in six years. 



Results 

Lebanon Valley Invitational 5 th of 14 
5 ,h of 13 
10 ,h of 23 



£^ Waynesburg Invitational 
ti Dickinson Long/Short 
3 Course Invitational 
O Juniata Invitational 

w Battle for the Buggy 
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O Championships 

^ \ Mideast Regional 
Championship 



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I s ' of 15 
2 nd of 15 

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Team Roster 

Evan DeArmitt Adam Derkacz, Scott Derkacz. Rich Greco. 
Kyle Grimm. Chris Heisey. Charlie Larsen. Myles Lund. 
Jeremy Matula. Casey McGarvey. Colby Miller. James 
Munnelly. Matt Myers. Eric Reichert. Dylan Rulander. 
Russell Speiden. & Mark Weber 




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is year marked another impressive season for the women's cross country 

m with a win at the Middle Atlantic Conference Championship for a 

consecutive year, beating rival Messiah College. The unranked Blue 

represented the underdogs at the race, which made their win all the 

impressive. After the victory at the MAC Championship, the ladies 

need to the Mideast Regional Championship and came in fourth 

£ team. Senior Tiffany Kulp came in second out of the 117 runners, 

incredible feat in this difficult race. Other Blue Jays represented in 

top 10 included junior Megan VanDenhengel (seventh), sophomore 

sten O'Brien (eighth), and senior Amanda Daws (ninth). The ladies 

the season ranked 36th nationally. However, top performer Tiffany 

continued on to run for the fourth consecutive year in the NCAA 

pionships at Hanover College in Indiana. This year's success was 

fcable in part because of the leadership of new head coach Brian 



Results 

Lebanon Valley Invitational 5 th of 14 
5 th of 13 
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"£h Dickinson Long/Short 

^ Course Invitational 

O Juniata Invitational 
O Battle for the Buggy 

$ Middle Atlantic Conference 

O Championships 
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Championship 



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2 nd of 15 

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Team Roster 

Abbey Anderson, Teresa Beshore, Kristin Bowen. Amanda 
Daws. Caralie Focht. Kathryn Howser. Tiffany Kulp, Sarah 
Lanphier. Kate Leibrand. Katie Nordyhe. Kristen O'Brien. 
Megan VanDenHengel. & Alex Walmer 




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t • ^^expectations. The team was tied for second place in the 2008 Commonwealth 

^J^l ~ ' Conference field hockey preseason poll. The Lady Jays began their season with a six 

->*\|W/ *■- game running streak, which set the tone for the 2008 season. Leading the team this year 

Yj V ' yejre senior captains Megan Angstadt and Tiffany Vogel. Junior Liz Hannegan defended 

J .%^ the Lady Jay's goal and blocked 75% of shots faced, while her sophomore teammate 

^^ Liz DeMatteis put in 17 goals against the opposing team's goalkeepers. Despite their 

^^^ high preseason poll position and their winning record throughout the season, the Lady 

~~ j^rys were unable to move ahead in the Commonwealth Conference Championships 

semifinal round. Nevertheless, the team had an excellent season overall. The Jays 

nished ranked 13th in the nation with a 17-4 overall and 3-2 conference records and 

seat three players to the All-Conference Field Hockey Team. Vogel and DeMatteis 

and were both first-team selections while Angstadt was named to the second team. 

DeMatteis led the Lady Jays with 17 goals and four assists and scored at least one goal 

in 11 of the team's 21 games. Vogel finished her career this season with eight goals and 

10 assists for 26 points in 58 games. Angstadt, a three-time second-team All-Conference 

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Misericordia 


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W 


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JX Franklin & Marshall 


W 


3-1 


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Swarthmore 


W 


4-0 


W 


3-0 


W 


4-0 


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L 


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.2$ McDaniel 


W 


2-0 


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W 


4-0 




Lebanon Valley 


L 


0-2 




York 


W 


4-1 




Wilkes 


W 


3-1 




Gettysburg 


W 


3-1 




Arcadia 


W 


4-0 




Immaculata 


W 


7-1 




Widener 


W 


6-2 




Messiah 


L 


1-3 




Kean 


W 


4-1 




Susquehanna 


w 


2-1 




Albright 


w 


4-0 




Lebanon Valley 


L 


0-4 



Team Roster 

Megan Angstadt, Abby Beykirch. Katy Boone. Meg Cassels, 
Ali Cavanaugh. Kelly Clayton. Liz DeMatteis. Kelsey Diehl. 
Alison Duval. Linsey Fasold. Julie Foster. Caitlin Grimes. 
Liz Hannegan. Jackie Macharsky. Allie Martin. Andrea 
Miles. Brenna Noon. Jill Patrick. Samantha Redles. Nikki 
Rush. Caitlin Smith. Steph Smith. Aimee Stango. Tiffany 
Vogel. Martina White. & Ashley Wukitsch 





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'Tphe team's momentum was high coming into the 2008-2009 season after winning 

J. the first Commonwealth Championship title in program history. This excitement 

was visible at their first match against Lebanon Valley College and Albright College. 

^/rhe team finished in first place with Senior Mike Wagner earning his spot as the top 

individual player with a score of 75. Wagner continued the season finishing in the top 

ten in ten matches out of 14 on the season. The team performed well throughout the 

season, finishing in the top ten in all but one of the regular season matches, which 

nded them to their second consecutive Commonwealth Conference Championship. 

Junior Kurt Amen became the first Blue Jay golfer since 1995 to win a conference 

idual championship. Amen was also honored as the conference's Play of the Year. 

homore Nick Iacono finished in second place just one stroke behind Amen. Iacono 

recognized as Rookie of the Year, the top first-time performer at the conference 

Head coach Keith Marks was named Coach of the Year for the second straight 

ar for leading his team to back-to-back titles. The team advanced on to the NCAA 

vision III Golf Championships held in Port St. Lucie. Florida, where the Blue Jays 

nished 32 out of 36 teams. Congratulations to the entire team on their second straight 

championship win! 



4-0 Dual Match Record 

Albright & Lebanon Valley 



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Susquehanna Fall 

Invitational 
Messiah Fall Invitational 
Franklin & Marshall 

Fall Invitational 
York Invitational 
Lebanon Valley Invitational 
Blue Jay Classic 
Franklin & Marshall 

Invitational 
Penn State Harrisburg 

& SUNY Cobleskill 
Glenmaura National 

Invitational 
Messiah Invitational 
Commonwealth 

Conference Championships 
NCAA Division III 32 

Championships 



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6 ,h of 18 



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Team Roster 

Kurt Amen, Alex Catalano, Kent Hersom. Nick Iacono. 
Ben Katz. John Krajsa. Andrew McDonough, Geoff 
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soccer season was unpredictable from the beginning while 

returning six starters, and having the daunting task of replacing 

of the team. Head Coach Ship Roderick put enormous faith 

into his five senior captions: Dan Flaherty, Wes Bunting, Bryan Holt, Matt 

Diller. and Jeff Mullen. This year's team was young with thirteen first year 

I students joining the squad. First-year Zach Wendler had a very successful 

first college season, and gives hope for the men's team. There were many 

ups and downs this season, but the men were able to facilitate unbeatable 

school spirit once again at this years Homecoming game. Jeff Mullen gained 

one of his eight total shut outs while goals from Cameron Gettel and 

I Andrew Filewicz earned the Blue Jay's a conference win against Arcadia 

(2-0). The season came to its end with the men traveling to Messiah where 

the team closed out a tough season (0-3). 



7-2-9 record 

Mary Washington L 0-1 

qj Marymount T 0-0 

U Suny Brockport L 2-3 

O Drew L 0-1 

l/l Alvernia W 1-0 

Neumann W 6-0 

Wilkes W 1-0 

Muhlenberg L 0-2 

Lebanon Valley L 1-2 

Washington and Jefferson T 1-1 

Franklin & Marshall L 0-2 

Widener L 1-2 

Lycoming L 0-2 

Arcadia W 2-0 

Juniata W 2-1 

Albright W 2-0 

Susquehanna W 1-0 

Messiah L 0-3 



Team Roster 

Andy Barnes, Bill Blatchley. Wes Bunting, Chris 
Cartwright. Pete Cellini. Geoff Cochrane, Eric Colledge, 
Matt Diller. Pat Doughty, Dan Featherer. Andrew Filewicz. 
Dan Flaherty. David Folino. Brian Gallagher. Cameron 
Gettel. Taylor Helsel. Bryan Holt. Zach Kulp. Bryan 
Kuppe. Adam Liddle, Steve Malm. Sean McClain. Luke 
Mitchell. Jeff Mullen. Gavin Nevill. Tyler Norton. Tony 
Pacella. Andy Parrish. Max Prager. Chris Rice, Lucas 
Starsinic. Niko Stefanides, Wes Tuck. Erik Weber. & Zach 
Wendler 




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tering the 2008 season, the Lady Jay"s had high hopes of making it into 
e Division III tournament. Returning seven starters and nineteen letter 
winners, the Lady Jay's were an intimidating preseason pick to go to the 
"Tournament. Senior forward Jenna Russo headed the offensive line along 
■with Brooke Dotterer who led the team in goals. Although seniors Gretchen 
Geiger and Carly Hoskins had a daunting task of replacing their graduated 
teammates, these first year starters took on the job and never flinched. Senior 
goal keeper Angela Freeland started all 21 games and had a goals against 
average of 1.06% per -game and a save percentage of .75. The Lady Jays 
finished off the season with a 13-6-2 overall record, and 3-2-1 in the conference. 
In the opening round of the playoffs the women rallied to win against Widener 
3-2. Russo kicks in two goals in the final eight minutes to give the victory 
to the Lady Jays. The Jays' season came to a close with a tough loss against 
Messiah (0-2) in the championship game falling one game shy of making a 
third straight appearance in the NCAA tournament. 



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Delaware Valley 

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Wesley 

Stevenson 

Misericordia 

Scranton 

Widener 

Lycoming 

Arcadia 

Montclair State 

Albright 

Lebanon Valley 

Messiah 

Widener 

Messiah 



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1-1 
2-3 
2-0 
1-0 
1-0 
1-0 
1-0 
4-1 
1-2 
0-0 
5-0 
1-2 
2-0 
3-0 
5-1 
1-5 
3-2 
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Team Roster 

Angela Candelora. Elyse Carabello. Brooke Dotterer. 
Lauren Duffy. Kelly Fisher. Angela Freeland. Gretchen 
Geiger, Ashton Heydt. Carly Hoskins. Kristen Kelly. 
Colleen LaForge. Alexandra Magnolo. Danni Mink. Paige 
Minka. Mallory Murphy, Leigh Nevitt. Denise Nott, Lisa 
Nyman. Ellen Parr. Katelyn Roderick, Jenna Russo. Erin 
Scott. Christina Sheppard. & Erin Stone 




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The 2008-2009 women's tennis team started the season off slowly, losing their first 
two matches against Messiah (4-5) and Lebanon Valley (2-7). The ladies bounced 
bacb quickly, however, winning the next three consecutive matches and only losing 
three more matches in the season. The first match of this winning streafe. the Blue Jays 
dominated the Albright Lions by shutting them out 9-0. The Blue Jays only lost 11 games 
between the singles and doubles players. This huge win catapulted the season into full 
gear and the team went into the next two matches with momentum and an eagerness to 
capitalize on this success. The team prolonged their success winning the next two games, 
losing one, and then continuing the season with a seven-game winning streafe. The team 
finished with a remarfeable record of 10-5 overall and concluded the season as runner 
up to Lebanon Valley in the Commonwealth Conference team tournament. In addition, 
the team had three players picked to play on the All-Conference Women's Tennis Team. 
Juniors Emily Swarr and Jessica Russell were first team selections while first-year Sarah 
Poulle was a second team picfe. Swarr finished the season with a 10-9 record playing at 
the number-one singles spot while Russell posted a 12-6 record at number-two singles. 
Poulle finished with a 6-11 overall record at both third and fourth singles and was also 
chosen as the league's Roofeie of the Year. With many of the players being juniors or 
younger, the team hopes to improve and earn a Conference Championship next year. 



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W 


9-0 


W 


8-1 


E — ' Arcadia 


W 


6-3 


Clarion 


L 


2-7 


St. Vincent 


W 


6-3 


DeSales 


W 


9-0 


La Salle 


W 


5-2 


Scranton 


W 


7-2 


Stevenson 


W 


8-1 


Misericordia 


W 


9-0 


Messiah 


W 


5-1 


Lebanon Valley 


L 


2-5 


Muhlenberg 


L 


2-7 



Team Roster 

Erika Belletti. Shannon Brown. Kelly Fisher, Ashton 
Heydt. Alyssa Neill. Allison Oberg. Sarah Poulle. Katelyn 
Roderick Jessica Russell. Samantha Sibley. Emily Swarr. c 
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his year's volleyball team was youthful, having players that were all juniors 

or younger in its starting lineup. Despite this, the pre-season coaches' poll 

projected the team to finish third in the conference. The season began with a 

challenging match against Swarthmore at the York College Quadrangular 

Tournament; the Jays were defeated in matches against both Swarthmore and 

York. The team traveled to California in October where the Jays competed in tough 

out of conference play. E-town fell to Lebanon Valley College which enabled LVC 

eir premiere Commonwealth title. The Blue Jays finished the season 16-19 

t in second place with a record of 5-1 in the Commonwealth Conference. 

Paige Tanner and Kayla Deats and first-year Kelsey Hayes were named to 

of All-Commonwealth Conference players. Hayes became the only first- 

Iue Jay to earn this honor in four years. Deats was the leader in service aces, 

and her hitting percentage was tops at .298. Tanner led the team with 426 

384 digs this season and also became the sixth player in program history 

1,000 career kills. She is also the tenth to reach 1,000 career digs. Coach 

Randall Kreider completed his eighth year with the Blue Jays, bringing another 

I season to the close. 



16-19 record 

Swarthmore 
E± York 

CO Franklin & Marshall 
^D Catholic 
f>> Frostburg State 
O) Randolph-Macon 
S Neumann 
O Haverford 
£> Dickinson 

Messiah 

Mt. St Joseph 

Capital 

Albion 

Denison 

Lycoming 

McDaniel 

Neumann 

Wilkes 

Carnegie Mellon 

Arcadia 

Redlands 

Chapman 

Pomona-Pitzer 

Widner 

Christopher Newport 

Juniata 

Albright 

Moravian 

Susquehanna 

Lebanon Valley 

Eastern 

Washington and Jefferson 

SUNY Cortland 

Gallaudet 

Widener 

Lebanon Valley 



w 


3-0 


L 


1-3 


W 


3-1 


w 


3-1 


1, 


2-3 


w 


3-1 


L 


1-3 


1, 


0-3 


W 


3-2 


W 


3-1 


L 


0-3 


1, 


0-3 


1, 


1-3 


L 


0-3 


W 


3-0 


W 


3-0 


w 


3-2 


w 


3-0 


1, 


0-3 


w 


3-0 


L 


0-2 


L 


1-3 


1, 


0-3 


w 


3-2 


L 


0-3 


1, 


0-3 


W 


3-0 


w 


3-2 


w 


3-1 


1, 


1-3 


L 


1-3 


L 


1-3 


L 


0-3 


L 


1-3 


W 


3-2 


L 


0-3 



Team Roster 

Crystal Agnew, Kara Burkholder. Kayla Deats, Katie 
Duckworth. Katie Gantz, AIHe Gold. Kelsey Hayes. Sheri 
Hihn. Molly Northway. Kathy Perry. Amanda Pitchey. 
Paige Tanner. & Andrea Weaver. 




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fter losing two of the team's top scorers last season to graduation, head coach 
,Bob Schlosser expected the rest of the squad to step up in hopes to mate it to 
he playoffs. Not only did the team exceed in doing this, but they also exceeding 
expectations in the Commonwealth Conference preseason coaches' poll, which 
picfeed the Blue Jays to finish sixth overall. The team finished the regular season with 
n overall record of 13-11 and 7-5 in the conference, and headed into the playoffs 
with high hopes. In the first game of the playoffs. E-town battled against Albright to 
advance into the final round. Junior Mifee Church scored 17 points and Junior Josh 
Houseal hit a foul shot to help ensure a close E-town win of 68-64 and advancement 
to the Commonwealth Conference championship game against top-seeded Widener 
University. The Blue Jays rallied points with the Pride up the last few seconds, but 
Elizabethtown could not get ahead before the buzzer sounded, finished the season in 
second place. The team had an overall excellent season and sent two players to play on 
the All-Commonwealth Conference men's basketball team. Junior Mifee Church was 
a first-team selection while sophomore Joe Flanagan was joined him on the second- 
team. Church averaged 12.8 points per game and a team-high 6.5 rebounds per game, 
anagan led the team in scoring at 14.3 points per game and a made a team-high 53 
hree-pointers in 127 attempts. 





14-12 record 








Alvernia 


W 


68-63 


"7 


q Lancaster Bible 


W 


73-62 


^ Gettysburg 


L 


56-71 


< 


j Rowan 


L 


56-63 


u 

a 


£ Marymount 


W 


88-78 


3 Neumann 


W 


82-75 


tf 


3 Millersville 


W 


70-65 




Gwynedd-Mercy 


L 


75-86 




DeSales 


L 


65-71 




Scranton 


L 


68-83 




Wilkes 


W 


71-69 




King's 


L 


54-72 




Lycoming 


W 


68-61 




Messiah 


W 


71-59 




Albright 


L 


80-93 




Widener 


L 


69-80 




Lebanon Valley 


W 


70-53 




Arcadia 


W 


72-58 




Albright 


L 


65-69 




Messiah 


L 


64-67 




Widener 


L 


62-66 




Lycoming 


W 


76-56 




Lebanon Valley 


W 


78-74 




Arcadia 


W 


71-49 




Albright 


W 


68-64 




Widener 


L 


65-67 



Team Roster 

Brian Allport. Mike Church. Andrew Corrigan. Ben 
Davisson. Joe Flanagan. Keith Fogel. Bryan Harrity, Brady 
Haughney. Chris Hill. Josh Houseal. Chris Jones, Kyle 
McConnell. Phil Scharfer. & Mark Vogel 




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lizabethtown's Women's Basketball team opened their season with a 

few losses, but they quickly played themselves into a five game winning 

treak by just the fourth game. The streafe-to-be opener was a close, away 

ame win to Manhattanville (69-67). After their streak, the Lady Blue Jays 

kept a steady record of wins and losses, until the last quarter of the season 

when luck didn't shine so brightly in their favor. However, the team kept 

their chins high for their last game of the season, resulting in a fabulous 

home game win to beat Arcadia (90-67), making it their second win against 

Arcadia this season. This game closed the season with a record of 11-14. 

Senior Megan Quinn, forward, was proclaimed second-team in the AII- 

Commonwealth Conference. Quinn ended her Blue Jay career with scoring 

otfer 1,000 points for the team. The Lady Blue Jays tied for fifth place in the 

monwealth Conference with a final record of 4-8, all under the watch 

ead coach Yvonne Kauffman, who is going on 39 years of tenure. 



11-14 record 

Randolph-Macon 
*— 1 Lynchburg 
i _q Moravian 
"rt) Manhattanville 
v-04 Shenandoah 
CQ Swarthmore 
Cm Marywood 

Haverford 

Montclair State 

Cabrini 

Lycoming 

Messiah 

Albright 

Widener 

Lebanon Valley 

Arcadia 

Immaculata 

Dickinson 

Albright 

Messiah 

College of New Jersey 

Widener 

Lycoming 

Lebanon Valley 

Arcadia 



48-71 

49-67 
65-69 
69-67 
64-53 
65-59 
62-53 
59-53 
59-68 
63-58 
69-59 
42-73 
65-72 
72-65 
51-72 
76-41 
82-66 
72-80 
57-73 
42-61 
56-80 
43-57 
52-65 
59-71 
90-67 



Team Roster 

Stephanie Ellwood. AH Jury, Courtney Kofeldt. Kirsti 
Larsen. Emily Mullen, Megan Quinn. Megan Romano, 
Kelly Sauerzopf. Jen Schiefer, Kaity Snyder, Megan 
Strohman. Ashley Toczylowski, & Teanna Ziegler. 




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The Blue Jay swimmers faced an uphill battle this season due to the teams' small 
size. However, the Jays proved their merit by blowing King's College out of the 
water with a significant victory of 130-99 (men's) and 151-92 (women's). The ladies 
nt on to defeat both Messiah College and Susquehanna University, while the men 
Swam their best despite a significant challenge in the face of much larger teams. 
Both the men's and women's teams went on to defeat F.D.U.-Florham by noteworthy 
margins. The men's team won with a score of 70-41 while the women dominated 
finishing with a score of 119-71. The women finished fifth while the men finished 
seventh out of ten teams at the Middle Atlantic Conference Championships. Senior 
Gretchen Geiger was honored as the women's David V. Eavenson Award winner as 
the Most Outstanding Swimmer at the MAC championships. Geiger won three gold 
.medals at the competition in the 400 individual medley, the 100 breaststrofee. and 
the 200 breaststrofee. The mens' relay team of juniors Matt Drob, Dan Provence. 
Kevin Smedman. and sophomore Tom Hagerty worked hard to finish sixth in the 200 
freestyle relay, eighth in the 400 medley relay, eighth in the 200 medley relay, and 
seventh in the 400 freestyle relay. The men's and women's teams finished with records 
of 2-11 and 8-6, respectively. Both teams loofe forward to recruiting new team members 
and having another great season next year. 




Team Roster 

Sarah Berry. Jenny Brizek. Sara Crimmel, Matt Drob, 
Gretchen Geiger, Kara Geiger. Tom Hagerty, Stephanie 
Hellman, Danielle Hopkins, Courtney Kelly, Amanda 
Martin, Chris Miller, Chelsea Mitchell. Dan Provence, 
Laura Quigley, Lindsay Riley. Emily Robinson. Rebecca 
Rose, Kevin Smedman, & Julie Strulson 




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8-6 record 

Dickinson 
g 3 York (Pa.) 
•jH Lycoming 
E King's 
£ Messiah 
'F^ Susquehanna 
(_^ FDU-FIorham 
Lebanon Valley 
Franklin & 
Marshall 
Invitational 
Albright 
McDaniel 



2-11 record 



C 

| 

O 

I 



Washington (Md.) L 



Arcadia \ 

Widener \ 

Scranton I 

Middle Atlantic 5 
Conference 
Championships 



45-160 

82-123 

100-105 

151-92 

116-71 

117-70 

119-71 

112-87 

116 



94-119 
56-39 
71-120 
138-54 
110-95 
60-117 
394 



OP 

B 

£ 



Dickinson 


L 


35-159 


York (Pa.) 


L 


33-163 


Lycoming 


L 


60-117 


King's 


W 


130-99 


Messiah 


L 


66-128 


Susquehanna 


L 


65-108 


FDU-FIorham 


W 


70-41 


Lebanon Valley 


L 


79-113 


Albright 


L 


43-92 


McDaniel 


L 


32-61 


Washington (Md.) L 


38.5-120.5 


Arcadia 


L 


78-83 


Widener 


L 


62-79 


Middle Atlantic 


7* 


142.5 


Conference 






Championsh 


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Although only 16 out of the 30 men on the Elizabethtown Wrestling team were 
in action for the first tournament, the Blue Jays did remarkably well. The team 
placed in second place just four points behind rival school Messiah College. First- 
year Tyler Erdman took first at the 125-pound bracket and soon became E-town's 
stand-out wrestler throughout the 2008-2009 season. Despite an ending team record of 
5-12 overall and 2-6 in the Metropolitan Conference. E-town sent six wrestlers to the 
Metropolitan Conference Championships. As a team, the Blue Jays finished sixth overall 
and out of the six participating wrestlers, two won individual titles. Junior Devon Sharp 
and Erdman both left with individual titles and advanced to the NCAA Division III 
Championships in Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Sharp dropped out in the quarterfinals ending 
his season with a record of 12-5 with a career record of 49-31. Erdman placed 7th in 
his weight bracket, becoming the first Blue Jay to earn AH-American honors since 
1996. Erdman finished with a season and career record of 33-6. Junior Tim Katzaman 
was another Blue Jay wrestler who stood out this season. Katzaman was named to the 
National Wrestling Coaches Association Division III Scholar AII-American Wrestling 
the 2008-2009 season. Katzaman finished this season with a 22-6 record and 
record of 55-28. Congratulations to all of the Blue Jay Wrestlers and good luck 
in the future. 



5-12 dual match record 



Team Roster 



Messiah Invitational 
pT Johns Hopkins 
•IB Shippensburg 
tjo Waynesburg 
£J Seton Hill 
P^ Delaware Valley 
Kutztown 
York Invitational 
NYU 

Muhlenberg 
Messiah 
TCNJ 
Centenary 
Niagara CC 
Scranton 
Pete Wilson- 

Wheaton College 

Invitational 
Wilkes 
York 
Hunter 
King's 
Metropolitan 

Championships 
NCAA Division III 

Championships 



2 nd of 8 80 pts. Jordan Becker. Will Bentley. Jarrod Cawley. Paul Connor. 
Josh Cook. Ronnie Cuff. Mike Daub. Kyle Deeds. Anthony 
DiMarco, Mike Eckenroth. Tyler Erdman. Mike Evarista, 
Dave Eoran. Brian Erantz. Tim Goldkamp. Marty 
Harnish. Jereme Heisey. J.R. Hewitt. Tim Katzaman. Brian 
Keyser, Mike Lussier, Chris McCooey. Bill Meaney. Ken 
Nakagawa. Eric Rhoads. Devon Sharp. & Drew Winegar 



W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

t-5" 1 of 10 

L 

W 

W 

L 

L 

L 

W 

14 ,h of 31 



L 
L 
W 
L 
6' 1 of 9 



35-3 

10-28 

18-27 

13-19 

16-29 

15-26 

40 pts. 

13-21 

35-12 

29-9 

15-25 

18-26 

15-26 

46-3 

37.5 pts. 



9-31 
9-24 
34-13 
15-21 
35.5 pts. 



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he Men's baseball team came back with vengeance this season after their 



The large returning team included four All-Commonwealth players, namely senior 
Sar» Heaps who was the Conference's pitcher of the year. Other returners were 
enior Tom Semanek, who started every game the previous season as catcher, as 
well as junior Matt Vinagro. playing shortstop and who was also an All-Conference 
plaver last year. The season started ofi with a win against Shenandoah (4-7) in 
late February. By the first Conference game against Messiah, the team had a 
winning record of 8-6. Those two games against Messiah resulted in one loss and 
one win. The team went on to lose only two more conference games for the rest 
of the season. Near the very end of the season, they went on a five game winning 
streak, which included a game against Albright which ended with a score of 10-0. 
This fabulous playing pushed their record to an outstanding 28-13. Even though 
the team went on to lose the last game of the season against the College of New 
Jersey (3-5), they ended with a spectacular record of 29-15, and a Commonwealth 
Conference record of 12-3. The Blue Jays ended the season first in the Conference, 
*^iaking them the 2009 Commonwealth Conference Champions! 



29-15 record 



Shenandoah 
> — i Massachusetts Maritime 
*~Zi Marywood 

CO Alvemia(DH) 
v-Q Alvernia 
CO Kenyon(DH) 
LO Kenyon 
CO Marywood 
rQ Franfelin & Marshall 
•"^ King's 

Muhlenberg (DH) 

Muhlenberg 

York 

Dickinson 

Messiah (DH) 

Messiah 

Messiah 

Arcadia 

Arcadia (DH) 

Arcadia 

Susquehanna 

Albright (DH) 

Albright 

Albright 

Rowan 

Penn State-Harrisburg 

Alyernia (DH) 

Alyernia 

Widener 

Widener (DH) 

Widener 

Lebanon Valley 

Lebanon Valley (DH) 

Lebanon Valley 

Franfelin & Marshall 

Albright 

Lebanon Valley 

Albright 

Widener (DH) 

Widener 

Montclair State 

Keystone 

Penn State-Berfes 

College of New lersey 



9-10 
6-4 
8-3 



4-2 

12-10 

12-3 



12-1 
10-0 
6-4 
12 5 
'i 2 
8-10 
9 '.: 
5-5 



Team Roster 

Jon backer. Ryan Barrett, Jon Bollinger. Derrek Boyer. 
Ryan Donahue. Rodney Francis. Andrew Gordon. Adam 
Hartzell, Anthony Heaps. Sam Heaps. Greg Katz. Brian 
Kiernan. Matt Kutz. Dan Lauletta. Todd Leister. Wayne 
Leonard, Eric Luff. Jordan Miller. Steve Motika. Pat 
Mulligan. Alex Poppe. Matt Reade. Tim Rosser. John 
Rutecki. Tom Semanek. Steve Shuleski. Adam Sheibley. 
Kurt Smith. Matt Vinagro. & Ben Yeager 



6-3 


W 


2-1 


W 


16-2 


W 


4-11 


1, 


15-1 


W 


6-2 


w 


6-5 


w 


1-5 


1, 


4-0 


w 


8-5 


w 


4-3 


w 


5-10 


L 




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The Women's softball team started off strong for the spring 2009 season after their 
exciting performance in the Commonwealth Conference last season. The returning 
players included 11 letter winners, as well as junior shortstop Paige Tanner, an All- 
Conference selected player, and sophomore Kelsea Corrado, who proved herself last 

, season as one of the top RBI hitters for the team. The returners also excitedly welcomed 
two first years. Elaine Parr and Julie Sebastian, as the team's starting pitchers. The 
Lady Jays played their first eight games in Clermont. Florida. They won. namely, the 
first game against Anna Maria (17-1). After coming bacfe home, the women's softball 
team played their first rwo home games against Susquehanna. They lost the first game 

I (0-5). but redeemed themselves during the second game of the night, winning 8-2. 
Later that month, the Lady Jays went on a 6 game winning streak, beating Alvernia. 
Franfelin and Marshall, and Albright. During the streafe. the team didn't let a single run 

, be^cored by Franfelin and Marshall in either game that night. They continued with this 
no scoring attitude later in the season while playing two games against Lycoming (8-0. 
3-0). gaining two more wins for the Commonwealth Conference record. The softball 
team finished the season with an overall record of 11-25. and a record of 4-8 in the 
Commonwealth Conference. 



11-25 record 



CO 



Anna Maria 

Alma 

Northland 

John Carroll 

St. Joseph's (Ind.) 

0- r " John Carroll 
_ Ohio Northern 
tO Clarfe (Mass.) 

Susquehanna (DH) 

Susquehanna 

Widener (DH) 

Widener 

Gettysburg (DH) 

Gettysburg 

Swarthmore (DH) 

Swarthmore 

Moravian (DH) 

Moravian 

Lebanon Valley (DH) 

Lebanon Valley 

Alvernia (DH) 

Alvernia 

Franfelin & Marshall (DH) 

Franfelin & Marshall 

Albright (DH) 

Albright 

Juniata (DH) 

Juniata 

DeSales (DH) 

DeSales 

Lycoming (DH) 

Lycoming 

Arcadia (DH) 

Arcadia 

Messiah (DH) 

Messiah 



Team Roster 

W (5 inn.) Ry an Allard. Veronica Barbiero, Sarah Church. Kelsea 
W Corrado. Amanda Gordon. Marian Guzik Sheri Hihn. 

L (5 inn.) i auren Hoover. Shannon Marsico. Holly Martin. Elaine 
L (5 inn.) p an -, Heather Peluso. Autumn Phillips. Julie Sebastian. 

Paige Tanner. Meghan Tooley. & Ashley Yagielniskie 
L 
W 

L (10 inn.) 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 

L (6 inn.) 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 
W 

L (8 inn.) 
L 
L 

L (5 inn.) 
W 
W 
L 
L 
L 
L 






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Coach Terry Corcoran returned for his fourth season as head coach of Elizabethtown 
College's men's lacrosse team for the 2009 season. With Corcoran being one of the 
winningest coaches in the history of Division III lacrosse and returning seven starters, 
the team hoped to have a winning season and capitalize on these successes. The men 
opened their season with a 14-5 win against Moravian. During this matchup, the team 
- ^j^ta.rted off strong by scoring six goals in the first period and continued to rack up the 
points to crush the Greyhounds. The Blue Jays continued being victorious and racked 
up points throughout the season, crushing their opponents. The team conquered 
Misericordia with a score of 15-3, to advance to the Middle Atlantic Conference Men's 
«se tournament. In this matchup, junior Aaron Weber became Elizabethtown 
Iege's career leader in points. Weber scored two goals and two assists, increasing his 
career total to 169 points. Going into the tournament. Elizabethtown was the fourth- 
seed and played fifth-seed DeSales in the first round. The Jays defeated DeSales 9-2. 
allowing them to advance further in the playoffs. In the MAC semifinals, E-town lost 
the battle against FDU-FIorham with a final score of 10-8. The team had an excellent 
ending with an overall record of 12-4 and 7-3 in the conference, and sending 
to the All-MAC team, including juniors Aaron Weber. Chris Day, and 



12-4 record 

Moravian 
^ Immaculata 

2 Widener 

h Marywood 

3 FDU-FIorham 
J DeSales 

Manhattanville 

Gwynedd-Mercy 

King's 

Eastern 

Lycoming 

Alvernia 

Messiah 

Misericordia 

DeSales 

FSU-Florham 



14-5 

15-2 

5-7 

14-2 

6-15 

8-5 

9-8 

20-5 

13-2 

17-8 

8-11 

20-3 

12-2 

15-3 

9-2 

8-10 



Team Roster 

Nick Andrews, Brent Campbell. Evan Cobb. Brendan 
Corcoran. Shawn Corcoran. Chris Day. Jon Day. Josh 
Dougherty. Ben Erdman. Austin Hayes. Dan Hinder. Kyle 
Huckle, Derek Karsten. Greg Kenneally. Mike Kenneally. 
DJ Kohl. Ben Landis. Griffin Lewis. Jeff Long, Hunter 
Malick, Ryan McCafferry, Mike McGraw. Derek Neiheiser, 
Matt Oberly, Sean O'Neil, Dan Patton, Phil Robinson, 
Shakir Saunders, Brian Schaaf, Keith Staulters, Drew Stiff, 
Corey Toby, Andrew Venet. Aaron Weber, Brian Wenger, 
& Roberto Zambrana 




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the beginning of the 2009 season, the women's lacrosse team was picked to 



coaches poll. Returning 11 of their 12 starters and seven All-Mac performers from 
last year's season, this preseason poll could very well come a reality. The team 
opened their season with a bang against York University earning them an 18-3 win 
against the Spartans. Starting in their sixth game, the Lady Jays started a 13-game 
winning streak which led them straight through the Middle Atlantic Conference 
playoffs and to the final game against Messiah College. Both teams put up a fight, 
rallying points up to the last minute, literally. Messiah came out on top by scoring 
their sixth goal with 37 seconds remaining. The final score of the game was 5-6. 
The Lady Jays finished the season with an undefeated 11-0 record in the conference 
and 16-3 overall. E-town finished second in the conference as the preseason poll 
predicted. One of the key players on this year's team was senior Anna Ford. Ford 
was honored by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association as its 
Division III Scholar-Athlete. Ford also earned first-team all-MAC and all-Region 
honors this season as she finished second on the team with 29 goals and third with 
63 points in 19 games. 



16-3 record 

York 
$ Roanoke 
g McDaniel 
S-h Eastern 
crj Gettysburg 
i ] Stevenson 

Widener 

Alvernia 

Dickinson 

Manhattanville 

Arcadia 

FDU-FIorham 

Wilkes 

Lycoming 

King's 

Messiah 

Misericordia 

Eastern 

Messiah 



18-3 

17-10 

10-11 

19-11 

6-11 

16-1 

23-4 

22-2 

12-7 

20-11 

18-5 

18-1 

23-3 

20-10 

21-1 

23-3 

21-3 

19-7 

5-6 



Team Roster 

Sarah Behounek Megan Byrnes, Katie Caprinolo. Meg 
Cassels. Sarah CuIIinan, Maria DeMatteo. Katie Foley. 
Anna Ford. Jenn Hawkins. Kelsea Kozak Stephanie Kreis. 
Kelly Lutz. Anna Meerbach. Ashley Mogle. Erika Morgan. 
Mara Mulvaney. Samantha Redles. Lyndsey Reeve. Caitlin 
Russell. Alisha Sangrey. Danielle Schaffer, Katie Scheurich. 
Dana Simmons. Katelyn Slade. & Becca Watkins 




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12-4 record 





Alvernia 


W 


8-1 


<J 


2 DeSales 


W 


9-0 


2 Immaculata 


W 


9-0 


( 


j La Salle 


L 


1-6 


E- 


' Albright 


W 


9-0 




King's 


L 


4-5 




Lebanon Valley 


W 


6-3 




Arcadia 


W 


8-1 




Lycoming 


W 


7-2 




Stevenson 


W 


6-3 




Messiah 


W 


5-4 




Misericord ia 


W 


9-0 




Juniata 


W 


6-3 




Arcadia 


W 


5-0 




Lebanon Valley 


L 


4-5 




Muhlenberg 


L 


3-6 



r phe 2009 Men's Tennis team started this season in full swing by winning their first 

X three matches. In fact, the team only lost one set out of the 27 played during these 

ree games. The team continued this starting success throughout the season under 

e leadership of Coach Matt Helsel. who led the way to the program's first conference 

mpionship in 2005. The Blue Jays only lost four of their 16 matches, giving them a 

Sfecord of 12-4 overall, and an undefeated 5-0 record in the Conference. At the end of 

the,season, the team was matched up against rival Messiah College to compete for the 

seed in the Commonwealth Conference playoffs. Elizabethtown came out on top 

score of 5-4 and gained momentum going into the playoffs. Earning their spot 

fi nal round of the tournament. Elizabethtown fought for the Championship title 

Lebanon Valley. Unfortunately. E-town fell to the Dutchmen and had to settle 

bnd place. The Conference selected three players to play on the All-Conference 

Tennis Team. First-year Manrique Arrea ended his first season at E-town as the 

mmonwealth Conference Co-Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year. He also 

so named first-team All-Conference with teammate junior Brok Walker. Senior 

Jeff Kirkhoff was selected to the second team. Overall, the Elizabethtown College Men's 

Tennis Team had an excellent season and hopes to continue this success into next 

year. 



Team Roster 

Manrique Arrea, Paul Brenner. Shawn Cotton, 
Matt Freedman. Jeff Kirkhoff. Bryan Metz. Brian Osborn. 
Austin Plantz. Mike Steiner, Jonathan van den Ende. 
Brok Walker. & Nick Ziobrowski 




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e members of the 2008 men's track and Held team had high expectations coming 
nto this year's season after dominating the Middle Atlantic Conference outdoor 
championships for the past two years. The Blue Jays had several top performers in their 
V season opener at the two-day Washington & Lee/Virginia Military Institute Carnival. 
Junior Wyatt Eaton finished sixth in the 400 meters with the fourth-best time in school 
history (50.20 seconds) and senior Scott Derkacz finished third in the 10.000 meters 
in 33:08.02. The team continued to match this success throughout the season and up 
to the last meet. Elizabethtown ended the season by hosting and participating in the 
MAC championships. The relay team of Rulander. Eaton, senior James Munnelly and 
first-year Brian Allport capped the meet that enabled the team to turn in 16 medal- 
winning performances, including four golds. The Jays won their third consecutive MAC 
outdoor championship by two points over rival. Messiah College. Straub ended his 
llt|Har as head coach by being honored as the MAC Coach of the Year. In the post- 
season. Rulander went on to represent Elizabethtown at the 2009 NCAA Division III 
Championships at Marietta College. OH. Rulander finished 13th out of 17 in the 800 
meters with a time of 1:52.58. The team hopes they can mirror the success they've had 
and add another championship under their belt. 



Results 

Middle Atlantic Conference 2 nd of 10 
JO Indoor Championships 

P-i Juniata Invitational 1 st of 3 



4 



Middle Atlantic Conference 1 st of 10 



Outdoor Championships 



Team Roster 

Phil Alder. Steven Boyer, Evan DeArmitt. Adam Derkacz, 
Scott Derkacz, Pat Doughty, Elton 
Dos Santos. Wyatt Eaton. Kyle Grimm. Rich Greco. 
Shaun Healey, Chris Heisey. Zach Johnson. Zach 
Johnson. Clayton Kaier. Tim Katzaman. Charlie Larsen. 
Jason Mastroianni. Jeremy Matula. Mike Mauger. Casey 
McGarvey. Colby Miller. James Munnelly. Matt Myers. 
Chris Niles, Daniel Obold. Eric Reichert. Jared Rosenau. 
Dylan Rulander. Russell Speiden, Mike Torre. Mark 
Weber. Jason Yurchak 




^Athletics 




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Athletics^ 




*Tphe 2009 season started off strong for the women's track and field team. At their 

JPseason opener at the two-day Washington & Lee/Virginia Military Institute Carnival. 

•senior Tiffany Kulp won the 5,000 meters with a time of 17:19.16 and provisionally 

• ^jualified f or the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Kulp 

was also a member of the 4x800-meter race that finished in fourth with a time of 

A-51.44 and set a school record. The other members of this team were junior Megan 

^afrDenHengel. junior Bern Frawley. and first-year Kathryn Howser. The team ended 

the season competing in the Middle Atlantic Conference Outdoor Track and Field 

Championships which was hosted by Elizabethtown College. Kulp added another gold 

medal to her collection by winning the steeplechase with a time of 11:43.57. Senior 

Chelsea Miles earned her first gold medal as she ran the anchor leg of the 4x400-meter 

relay. Senior Amanda Daws set a new MAC record in the 10.000 meters by crossing the 

finish line in 37:01.42 breaking the previous record by 23 seconds. Daws won this event 

by more than two minutes than the runner-up and almost four minutes than the rest 

of the competitors. As a whole, the women's track and field team was runner-up in 

the championships behind rival Messiah College. The team hopes to improve and add 

other MAC title to their list of accomplishments next season. 



Results 

Middle Atlantic Conference 
^O Indoor Championships 

tf-i Juniata Invitational 



4 



3 rd of 3 



Middle Atlantic Conference 2 nd of 10 



(j Outdoor Championships 

CO 



Team Roster 

Abbey Anderson. Teresa Beshore. Marquel Bowler. Crystal 
Connelly. Amanda Daws. Sarah DeGeorge, Bernadette 
Frawley. Janelle Gallant. AJIie Gold. Kathryn Howser. 
Tiffany Kulp. Sarah Lanphier. Kate Leibrand, Nicole 
Lipari. Chelsea Miles. Katie Nordyke, Kristen O'Brien. 
Jill Patrick Megan VanDenHengel. Alex Walmer. & Lisa 
Williamson 




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there is something you must always remember, you 

are bravprWihn you believe, 

strongfzr\h&n you seem, 

and smarter \h&n you think. 

But the most important thing is, 

even if we're apart... I'll alwagsbz with you." 

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1 Alessandri, Angeline '09 


r^B 


1 / lementary 1 iucation 




| 1 lazleton, PA 


Abel, Mai-Lynn '09 


Algieri, Kristyn '11 


Social Work 


Alien Education 


Elizabethtown, PA 


Parsippanv, NJ 


Abernethy, I.aura '12 


Allard, Ryan '10 


Firsi Yem Student 


Mathematics - Education 


Washington, DC 


I ondondeny, \l I 


Achey, Shane '10 


Alleman, Katharine '11 


Business Administration 


Fine Arts 


New manstown, PA 


York, PA 


Acker, Michael '09 


Alleman, Samantha '11 


Political Science 


Communication- - Mi— Com 


Middletown, NY 






Allen, Jessica '09 


Acocella, Danielle '10 


English Education 


Political Science 


Lititz, PA 


Tannersville, PA 






Allport, Brian '12 


Acosta, Nichole '09 


First-Year Student 


English - Professional Writing 


Quarryville, PA 


Adams, Lindsay '09 


Altland, Rebecca '11 


Fine Arts 


Social Studies Education 


West Chester, PA 


York, PA 



Adams, Samantha '10 Altman, Nicholas '12 

Elementary Ed - Behavior Mgmt. First-Year Student 
Bethlehem, PA East Moriches, NY 



Agnew, Crystal '11 
Mathematics - Education 
Queensbuiy, NY 


Ambrosius, Tasha '10 

Social Work 
New Oxford, PA 


Ahmad, Syeda '12 

First-Year Student 
Murrvsville, PA 


Amen, Kurt '10 

Biology Education 
Quakertown, PA 


Ahmed, Asif '11 
Business Administration 

Uttara, Dhaka, 


Ammirata, Jennifer '09 
Biology - Allied Health 
Caldwell, \| 


Ahmed, Munimah '11 

Economics 

Dhaka, 


An, David '09 

Social Work 
New Holland, PA 


Albitz, Elizabeth '10 
Business Administration 
Pottstown, PA 


Anderson, Abbey '10 
Communications 

Marl ton, NJ 


Albor, Patrick '12 

First-Year Student 
Covington, PA 


Anderson, Ann 09 
Musi Education 

Pittsburgh, PA 


Albrycht, Micah '09 
MUSK Education 
Plymouth Meeting, PA 


Anderson, Craig '09 

Elementary Ed - Behavior Mgmt. 
Paoli, PA 


Alder, Philip '10 
Business Administration 
Pottstown, PA 


Andrews, Allison '10 

Alien Education 
Blue Bell, PA 



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Aung, Thet I. win 12 


Barnes, Andrew 12 


Bayzick, Kyle '11 


Bennett, Allyson '11 


i medicine 


First Yew Student 


5m ial Studies 1 ducation 


Business Administration 


Elementary Education 


InrettsvUIe, MD 


Yangon, Myanmai 


Wilmington 1 '1 


Bridgetoa \l 


Bennett, Marcy 12 


Angstadt, Megan '09 


Aungst, Ashleigh '09 


Bames, Rachael '12 


Bean, Megan '10 


/ irst Year student 


Uamunications - Publii Kelt 


urns Business Admin Marketing 


/ it-i Yea Student 


Political Science 


Landisville,PA 


Key, PA 


Azzalina, Michael '09 


1 imonium. \ll ) 


Schwenksville. PA 


Bensel, Chelsea '11 


Anlonuk, Lara '11 


Elementary Education 


Barr, Jessica '12 


Bear, Brandon '09 


Elementary 1 ducation 




Eastern PA 


First-Yem Student 


Physics 


Wallingford PA 


Hummelstoun. PA 




Christiana. PA 


York, PA 








Benson, Chelsea '12 


Appleman, Elizabeth 10 


1 Barr, Matthew '09 


Beard, Andrea '09 


Student 


lurbotville PA 


| 1 nvbvnmental Si it 


Elementary Education 
Harrisburg, PA 


Shoemakers* ille, PA 




Bethlehem. PA 






Babic, Avdo '09 






Bentley, William 12 


Arbogast, Rebekah 10 


Fine Ms 


Barrett, Ryan '10 


Beaver, Ashley '09 


Student 


Communications 


Lancaster, PA 


Communications 


/ lementary Ed - Special Education F.lverson, PA 


■Dam, PA 


Babilya, Noelle '11 


Knox, PA 


Lykens, PA 


Berger, Emily '09 


Armstrong, Jacklyn '12 


Undecided Undeclared 


Bartolino, Jamie '11 


Bechtel, Janice '10 


Health b On upalion 


Student 


Minersville. PA 


Communications 




nemvitle, PA 


Royersford, PA 


Bach, Laura '12 


Titusville, NJ 


Lebanon, PA 


Berger, Kara 11 


Armstrong, Katie '10 


First-Year Student 


Baska, Katelynn '10 


Beck, Chelsie'll 


International Business 




Marietta. PA 


to medicine 


Biology 


Bemville, PA 


Wilmington, DE 


Bacher, lonathan 12 


Pennington, \| 


Lancaster, PA 


Bergmark, Carl '09 


Arnold, Franklin '12 


d Student 


Bateman, Linda '12 


Beck, Courtney '10 


Criminal Justice 


Student 


Wilmington, DE 


First-Year Student 


Hii-mic-v Administration 


Mount Joy, PA 


Lebanon. PA 


Bachteler, Amy '12 


Folcroft, PA 


Waynesboro, PA 


Berman, Stephen '09 


Arrea Cascante, Manrique ' 


: i • Student 


Bateman, Tammy '10 


Becker, Jordan '12 


Communications ■ Marketing 


fast-Year Student 


Jericho, NY 


Business Administration 


First-Year Student 


Villanova, PA 


San Jose, Costa Rica 






Stevens, PA 






Bahr, Elizabeth '12 


Batterden, Grace '12 




Berner, Rebecca '10 


Ascanio, Daniel '09 


First Vur Student 


First- Year Student 


Beers, Matthew 12 


Communications ■ Corporate Com. 


Justness Admin. - 


Bel Air. Ml I 


Rockville, MD 


Student 


Dover, DE 


Entrepreneurslup 






Towson, MD 




Reading PA 


Bailey, Tabitha '11 


Battle, Claire 12 




Berry, Sarah '09 




Health b Occupation 


First-Year Student 


Behounek, Michael '11 


Biology - Premedicine 


Ashcraft, David 11 


Hamburg, PA 


Lancaster, PA 


Undecided Undeclared 


Walnutport, PA 


Philosophy - Humanities 






Street, MD 




Towanda, PA 


Bakanjeanerte'll 


Bauder, Taylor '11 




Bertini, Julianne 12 




Health b Occupation 


Health b Occupation 


Behounek, Sarah '11 




Ashe, Kyle '11 




Hatfield, PA 


Elementary Education 


Merrick, N\ 


■mwritmal Business 


Baker, Elizabeth '10 




Street, MD 




■BmotcMD 


English - Professional Writing 


Bauer, Emily '10 




Bertossi, Francisco '10 




Royersford, PA 


Elementary Ed - Behavior Mgmt 


Bell, William '10 


Communications - Corporate Com. 


Ata, Abdullah 12 




Shepherdstown, W\ 


\dmimstration 


Hershev PA 


V:, dent 


Baklarz, Alison '10 




.rg. PA 




ug, PA 


Health & Occupation 


Baugher, Tiffany 12 




Berzonsky, Kristen '12 




Erie PA 


First- Year Student 


Belletti, Erika '09 


First- Year Student 


Atkinson, Joelle '11 




West C he-ter. PA 


Biology - Frcmedictne 


Stow, OH 


Communications 


Baldwin, Caitlin 11 




Walnutport PA 




Franklinville. NJ 


Undecided Undi 


Baughman, Julie '09 




Beshore, Teresa '1 1 








Bellush, Elizabeth 10 


Elementary | 


Atkinson, Zachary '09 


Balinski, Jennifer '09 


Loysvffle,PA 


Elementary Ed - Special Education New Cumberland. PA 




Elementary / ducatkm 




Branch* ille. M 




red PA 




Bauman, Kyle '09 




Berts, Ca re ) 12 






Accounting 


Benfield, Tara 10 




Aubin, Elizabeth '09 


Banan, Daniel 09 


Quakertown, PA 


.' Writing 


White Marsh. MD 


Music Tlierapv 


History 




Pottstown PA 




Salem All 


N PA 


Baumann, Stephanie '10 




Beveridge, Chloe 10 






. ropy 


Benincasa. Ross '12 




Aung, Than '10 


Barbin, Sarah '11 




Student 


Centereach. N\ 






Baumgardner, Derek '10 


Andover, \l 




IJBigon, Myanmai 


Wenonah, \1 


•'.itieu 
WrightsviBe, PA 







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Beyer, Alexis 10 


Boate, Colleen '09 


Boyer, Steven '12 


Brossman, Brooke '12 


Bui, Minh'10 




International Business Marketing First -Yeai student 


First Yern student 


Business Admin. - Accounting | 


CollegevUle,PA 


Downingtown, PA 


St. Clair. PA 


Reamstown PA 


Hai Plmng, Vietnam 


Beyldrch, Abigail '11 


Bohdel, Katie '09 


Boyles, Lindsay '09 


Broten, Elizabeth 10 


Bull, Molly '09 


1 ducation 


Masa 


Business Administration 


History 


Social Work 


ruckertor \1 


Bel \i..\ll' 


Telford, PA 


Hartwick, M 


Charlotte, VT 


Bhuiyan,Sakif'll 


Boiling, Brittany '10 


Bozworth, Scott 11 


Brown, Christopher '11 


Bunting, Wesley '09 


International Business 


Computer Engineering 


Undecided/Undeclared 


Business Administration 


Communications 


Dhaka, Bangladesh 


Abingdon, MD 


Bethesda, MD 


Wyomissing, PA 


Lancaster, PA 


Bialas, Jennifer '11 


Bollinger, Jonathan '11 


Brackins, Rachel 10 


Brown, Corey '09 


Burch, Tamara '09 


Modern languages - Trench 


Undecided Undeclared 


Musk Therapy 


Psychology 


Biology -Allied Health 


Middletown, PA 


Shirley, MA 


Bel Air, MD 


Ridlej Park, PA 


Philadelphia, PA 


Bicker, Steven '09 


Bollinger, Kirsten '12 


Brandt, Danielle '09 


Brown, Kelsey '10 


Burd, Andrew '11 


Computer Science 


First-Year Student 


Elementary Ed - Behavior Mgmt 


Elementary Education 


Social Studies Education 


Haddonfield, NJ 


Bolstein, Daniel '12 


Brautigam, Kailey '09 


Manheim, PA 


Bensakm, PA 


Biedka, Sarah '11 


First-Year Student 


Accounting 


Brown, Kristin '09 


Burg, Erin '12 


Music Tlierapy 


Maple Glen, PA 


Landisville, PA 


Elementary Education 


Music Therapy 


Lower Burrell, PA 








York, PA 




Bonnar, Kaitlin 10 


Breidenstine, David '10 


Brown, Melissa '11 




Bireley, Stephanie '10 


International Business 


Social Work 


Biology 


Burket, Allison '09 


Biology 


Grove City, PA 


Ellicott City, MD 


Levittown, PA 


Health & Occupation 


Pottstown, PA 








Montclair, VA 




Bonvicino, Felicia '11 


Breitwieser, Patricia '09 


Brown, Michael '12 




Bistis, Jaclynn '09 


Health & Occupation 


International Business 


First- Year Student 


Burkholder, Kara 11 


Health & Occupation 


Manalapan, NJ 


Columbus, OH 


Kennett Square, PA 


Communications 


Lebanon, NJ 








1 itit/, PA 




Boomer, Diane '12 


Breneman, Gregory '10 


Brown, Nevin '12 




Bixler, Christine '09 


First-Year Student 


Business Administration 


First-Year Student 


Burkholder, Randy '12 


Business Administration - Mgm 


. New York, NY 


Mount Joy, PA 


Pine Grove, PA 


First- Year Student 


Boiling Springs, PA 








Newville, PA 




Boone, Katy '10 


Brenner, Paul '11 


Brown, Sara '10 




Blackman, Katherine '10 


Elementary Ed - Special Education Mathematics - Education 


Health & Occupation 


Burrows, Sean '09 


A lodern Languages - French 




Crownsville, MD 


Hanover, PA 


Business Administration - Finaiu 


Lancaster, PA 


Boone, Peter '12 






Millersburg, PA 




First-Year Student 


Brewer, Benjamin '10 


Brown, Shannon '12 




Blair, Emily '12 


Monkton, MD 


Communications 


First-Year Student 


Bury, Sarah '10 


First-Year Student 




Union Bridge, MD 




Biology -Allied Health 


Waynesboro, PA 


Booth, Caitlin '11 




Brown, Susana '12 


Abingdon, MD 




Biology - Allied Health 


Bridgeman, Kaitlyn '11 


First-Year Student 




Blatchley, William '12 


Edgewater, MD 


Health & Occupation 


Hagerstown, MD 


Butera, Matthew '12 


First-Year Student 




Westminster, MD 




First- Year Student 


Mount Laurel, NJ 


Boothby, Andrea '11 




Bruno, Traci '10 


Collegeville, PA 




History 


Brisan, Brad '09 


Health & Occupation 




Blauch, Ashley '11 


Glenolden, PA 


Business Administration - Finau 


ce Avon By the Sea, NJ 


Butler, Wendy '09 


Elementan/ Education 




Wyomissing, PA 




International Business \larketi 


Jonestown, PA 


Bornholdt, Katie '11 




Bryner, Ashley '09 


E\ton, PA 




Business Administration 


Mgmt. Briscoe, Nancy '11 


Biology 




Blome, Kira'12 


Moorestown, NJ 


Communications - Corporate Com. Mifflintown, PA 


Byerly, Audra '12 


First Yeai Student 




Gahanna, OH 




First-Year Student 


Sewell, NJ 


Bowen, Kristin '11 




Bubb, Aubree '10 


Chester Springs, PA 




Elementary Education 


Brizek, Jennifer '09 


Health & Occupation 




Blome, Kristen '11 


West Chester, PA 


Health & Occupation 




Byrnes, Megan '10 


Elementary Education 




Sinking Spring, PA 


Bucher, Sarah '10 


Business Administration 


Sewell, XI 


Bowler, Marquel '10 




Communications 


Lutherville, MD 




Intei national Business 


Brodbeck, Sarah 09 


Mount Joy, PA 




Blough, Nicole '10 


Columbia, MD 


International Business Mgmt 




W^^M 


Elementary Ed - Special Education 


York, PA 


Buchmoyer, Mark 09 


lttl 


Mount Joy. PA 


Bowling, Thomas '09 




Computer s < tent i 


kZ3 




Political Science 


Brooks, Nicholas '09 


Lebanon, PA 




Blum, Jessica '11 


Downingtown, PA 


Communications - Publn Relations 


Caggiano, Danielle-Lynn '11 


$a iology- Snfmvpology 




Aberdeen, MD 


Buffenmyer, Jade '12 


Music Education 


. i irt, PA 


Boyer, Derrek '12 

First-Year Student 
Schuvlkill Haven, PA 




l n-st Year Student 
Ephrata, PA 


Matamoras, PA 


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Clin, Oillin'H) 


c anzaneM, Lauren 10 


.iltons Marketing 


Communications 


Magnolia i H 


rumersville, \1 


Cain, Jeremy '09 


Caprinolo, Katherine '10 


Ci<myittn 1 ngmeering 


/ nglish Profissim 


■zabethtown, PA 


larrettsville, MD 


Cairns, Angela 11 


Caiabello, Klyse'll 


Wtmentary Education 


/ nglish Professional Writing 


kttsville, PA 






Care, Christopher 11 


Calabrese, Amanda '11 


International Business 


, ations 


Birdsboro, PA 


Kdgeton, \l 






Carmel, Samuel '10 


Calaman, Sierra '11 


Business Administration 




( hestei \l 


Tou.itul.i. PA 






Carmichael, Lauren '11 


Caldwell, Christie '11 


Health & I \ 


EwWorJ 


Poland, ME 


Mounh ille, PA 






Carolan, Brendan '12 


Ci!il..p \lvssa'12 


Student 


Student 


1 laddonfield, NJ 


■Mono Summit, PA 






Carrier, Emil} 1 1 


Callaghan, Kristin '09 


», , upation 


Elementam id - Early Childhoa 


Martinsburg, W\ 


Lvrede Grace MD 






Carroll, Caitlin 12 


Caltagarone, Chelsie '11 


First-Year Student 


i Ed 1 arly Childhoa 


Baltimore, MD 


Campbell, Amelia '12 


Carroll, Stephanie 11 


First-War Student 


Mathematics 


li I PA 


West Chester. PA 


Campbell, Brent 11 


Cartwright, Christopher '11 


Communications 


Undecided Undeclared 


Baltimore, MP 


1 larrisburg, PA 


Campbell, Sarah '09 


Carwile, lessica '09 


Elementary Education 


Business Administration 


1 andisburg P \ 


Stow MA 


Candelora, Angela '10 


Casey, Megan '11 


Wbgy Allied Health 


Modern languages - Japanese 


North Haven, ( 1 


Kearneys* ille, n V 


Cantield, Matthew '10 


Cassels, Margaret '11 


mttrnational Business 


Fine Arts 


lins, \l 


1 towningtown PA 


Cangelosi, Patricia 11 


CastellinLKristj 12 


Si ience 


Fast Year Student 


n PA 


Vmeland, \l 


Cangialosi. Melissa 1 1 


Castor. Kell\ 10 


Mathematics Education 


Element • 


Kunkletown, PA 


Doylestown PA 





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Cantor. Danielle 11 Catalano, Alexander 11 

English Professional Writing Business Administration 
prnnlrm PA Selinsgrove PA 



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Cauceglia, Gregory ' 
First Yea Student 

West Caldwell, NJ 



Clarke, Ashley '09 
Communications Publit Ra 

Sellersville, PA 






Cavanaugh, Allison '11 
Health & Occupation 
Orchard Park, NY 

Cavvley, Jarrod '11 
History 
Fleetwood, PA 

Cellini, Peter '11 
Business Administration 
Cinnaminson, NJ 



Cessna, Madison '09 

English - Professional Writing 
Wilmington, DE 



Clayton, Kelly '12 
First-Year Student 
Magnolia, NJ 

Clayton, Shannon 10 
Accounting 
Wrightsville, PA 

Cobb, Evan 12 

First-Year Student 
Kennett Square, PA 

Cocchi, Caitlin 09 



Chammings, Nicole '12 

First- Year Student 
Vineland, NJ 



Cochran, Alison '12 
First-Year Student 

Willow Grove, PA 





Chaney, Kristen '12 

First-Year Student 
Baldwin, MD 

Chappel, Elissa '09 

Communications - Marketing 
Houston, PA 

Chase, Carolanne '11 
Communications 

Warrenton, VA 

Cherry, Taryn '11 
Theatre 

Huntingdon Valley, PA 

Choute, Albert '09 

Communications - Marketing 
Brooklyn, NY 

Christie, Kevin '10 

Information Systems 
Camp Hill, PA 

Church, Michael '10 
Accounting 

Peach Bottom, PA 

Church, Sarah '10 

Biology - Allied Health 
Aston, PA 

Chute, Jennifer '12 
A Uisie Therapy 
Nassau, NY 

Cioban, Amanda '09 
Accounting 

Grantville, PA 

Clancy, Shayna '11 

Modern Languages - Spanish 
Old Lvme, CT 



Cochrane, Geoffrey '12 
First-Year Student 
Holland, PA 

Coffey, Angela '11 

Modern Languages - Spanish 
Bryn Mawr, PA 

Cohen, Alison '10 
Elementary Education 
Rosemont, PA 

Colledge, Eric '12 
First-Year Student 

Collinge, Tyler '09 

Communications - Marketing 
Phillipsburg, NJ 

Colly, Matthew '09 

Business Admin. - Marketing 
Bel Air, MD 

Colman, Jacqueline '11 

Environmental Science 
Scarsdale, NY 

Colzie, Anastasia '09 

History 

Elkins Park, PA 

Commander, Sarah '09 

English Education 
New Holland, PA 

Conlin, Allison '11 

Elementary Education 
Chester Springs, PA 

Conlow, Michael 11 
Computet Engineering 

Southampton, NJ 



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Connelly, Crystal '12 
ttudenl 

l«m.-r Waterford, VT 



Cotton, Shawn '11 
Communications 
Bernards^ iUe \l 



Daiutolo, Britt.nn 12 
First-Year Student 
Magnolia, NJ 



DeArment, Trent '09 
Business Admin. ■ Marketing 
Elizabethtown, PA 



Derkacz, Scott '09 
History 
Huguenot. NY 



Connor, Paul '10 

Elementary I dlnation 
Tabernacle, NJ 



Couch, Stephanie 11 

Coi 

I atrobe, 



Dales, Jessica '12 
First-Year Student 

New I roedom, PA 



DeArmitt, Evan '12 
First-Year Student 
Harrisburg, PA 



Derr, Nathan 11 

English - Professional Writing 

Reading, PA 



Conroy, Kristen '09 Coupe, Jacqueline 10 

mmmunications Marketing Musk Education 
Voorhees, NJ West Chester, PA 



D'Amato, Kyle '12 
Psychology 
Nutley, XI 



Deats, Kayla '10 
Business Administration 

Middlebury Center, PA 



Derstine, Randall'10 
BioTeclmology 
Sellersville, PA 



Conte, Alexandra '11 
Social Studies Education 
■tdtori \l 



Cox, Elizabeth 09 D'Angola, Alexandra 10 

Business Admin - Marketing Political Science 
Seated, DE White Haven, PA 



Deaven, Katalina 11 
Communications 
Palmyra, PA 



Deschner, Kurt 1 1 
Biochemistry 

Kelowna, BC 



Conway, Alicia 11 Coyle, Brittany 09 

Political Philosophy & legal Studies Health & Occupation 
Hummelstown, PA 

Craig, Bailey '10 
Fine Arts 
Browns Mills, NJ 

Craven, Allan 11 
International Business 



Cook, Joshua '11 

Immistration 
Gardners, PA 

Cooper, Joseph '09 

Communications - Corporate Com Sellersville, PA 

Reading, PA 

Crawford, Stephanie 12 
Cooper, Rachel '11 F:r-t- Year Student 

nin ist rat io n - Finance Warminster, PA 
Haddon Heights, NJ 



Copeland, Michelle '09 
S<vw/ Work 

Schuvlkill Haven, PA 

Corcoran, Brendan 12 
First-Year Student 
ftnhey, PA 

Corcoran, Shawn '12 
mttntf Admin istr a ti o n 
Hershey, PA 

Com well, Chelsea 12 

Student 
East Greenville, PA 

Corrado, Kelsea '11 

.ration 

■Plata. MP 

Corrigan, Andrew '10 

Katol PA 

Corrigan, Elizabeth 11 

Elementary Education 
Millers MD 

Corum, Kristin '12 
Student 

Vineland. XI 

Costello, Elizabeth 12 

Student 
Conshohocken PA 



Crimmel, Sara '10 

English - Professional Writing 

Tunkhannock, PA 

Croswell, Richard 10 
Psychology 
Newark, DE 

Cruz, Diego '09 

International Business 
Quito, Ecuador 

Cubberley, Justine 12 
First-Year Student 
Picture Rocks, PA 



Cuff, Ronald 12 
First-Year Student 
Pittsgrove, NJ 

Cullinan, Sarah '11 
Business A dmini str at ion - 
West Chester PA 



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Cunningham, Elizabeth 10 

Downingtonn PA 

Currie, Matthew '09 
Modem languages ■ Japanese 
Alexandria v \ 



Danner, Adam '11 
Elementary Education 
Germansville, PA 

Dantzler, Kirstin '12 
First- Year Student 
Damascus, MD 

Darkow, Daniel '12 
First- Year Student 
Glen Mills, PA 

Darretta, Christina 09 

Computer Science 
Bel Air, MD 

Daub, Michael '10 
Criminal justice 
Duncannon, PA 

David, Samantha 11 

Elementary Education 
Honesdale, PA 

Davis, Nicole 11 
Health & Occupation 

Davisson, Benjamin 11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
Collegeville, PA 

Daws, Amanda '09 
Environmental Science 
Thorofare, NJ 

Day, Christopher 10 
Business .-Wministninofi 
Thornton, PA 

Day, Jonathan '10 
Busmen Administration 

Thornton, PA 

Day, Nicole 11 
Biology - Allied Health 
Chester Springs, PA 

| DeAngelo, Clara 12 

'-Year Student 
. Egypt NJ 



Decker, CaseyAnn 09 

English - Literature 
Kingsley, PA 

Decker, Chelsea '12 

First-Year Student 
Elkton, MD 



Desimone, Kalie '11 
Communications 

CollegevUle, PA 

Desmond, Hannah '12 

First-Year Student 
Tumersville, NJ 



DeDufour, Lauren '10 DeToma, Alaina '09 

Elementary Ed - Special Education Chemistry 
Pennington, NJ Harrisburg, PA 



Deede, Emily '11 

English Education 
West Kingston, RI 

Deeds, Kyle '12 

First-Year Student 
Leesport, PA 

DeGeorge, Sarah '11 

Social Work 
Butler, PA 

Deldeo, Megan '09 
Health & Occupation 
Hockessin, DE 

DeLillo, Stephanie '10 

Theatre 

Mohnton, PA 

DeMarco, Austin '11 

English - Professional Writing 
Pottstown, PA 

DeMark. Meredith '11 
Political S, 
Exeter, PA 

DeMatteis, Elizabeth 11 

Elementary Education 
Newark, DE 

DeMezza, Lauren '11 
Business Administration 
Cinnaminson, NJ 

Derkacz, Adam 11 
Environmental Science 
Huguenot X^ 



Deveney, Rebecca '09 

Health & Occupation 
Handers, NJ 

Devlin, Paul '09 
Business Administration 
Camp Hill, PA 

Deysher, Sarah '09 

Biology 
Fleetwood, PA 

Di Iorio, Katrina 12 

Student 
Newton, XI 

Diaduk, Nicholas '09 
Computer Engineering 

Lexington Park MP 

Diamond, Kathryn '11 
Biology 
Myerstown, PA 

Diaz, Stephanie '12 

Student 
Warrington, PA 

Dieffenderfer, Belhanv 11 
Health & Occupation 
Charlotte Hall MP 

Diehl, Kelsey '09 

Elementary I I 
North East MP 

DiEleuterio, Jenna 11 
Elementary Education 
Wilmington, DE 



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Dietz, Jenny '09 

I I Special Bduc 
I ancaster, PA 



Dos Santos, Elton '10 
Biology Premedicine 
Philadelphia, PA 



Duetsch, Sean '12 
First Yem Student 
Marlton,N] 



Edwards, Alickka 12 
First-Yem Student 
I pperco,MD 



Evans, Lindsey '11 



Dietz, Sarah '10 

Highland. MP 



Duster, Daniel 'IN 

Psychology 



Duffy, Lauren '12 



Llban, Michael 10 

Biology 

Westminster, MD 



Evarista, Michael '12 
First-Year Stiuhnt 
Freehold \| 



Dil erdinando, Ascenza '10 
International Business 

Phoenix, MD 



Potterer, Brooke '09 
So iology \nthropology 

Spring City, PA 



Dulsky, Thomas '10 Elder, Jacqueline TO 

Elementary I d Spft ml I dm ation Elementary Education 
Mahanoy City, PA Centereach, NY 



Eveland, John '09 
Industrial Engineering Mgn 
Royersfbrd, PA 



DiGrazia, Steven '11 
International Business 

Elizabethtown, PA 



Doty, Darline TO 

ilemenlani I'd Spa ml \eals 
I lanover, PA 



Dupler, Brienna '12 
First-Year Student 
Elizabethtown, PA 



[Her, Katarina Tl 
Modern I anguages - Gen 
Akron, PA 



DiLeonardi, Mary '11 
Social Work 

Hampstead, MD 



Dougher, Kristin '09 

Business Allium Marketing 
Middletown, MD 



Dupler, Gary Tl 

Eireuonmentiil N mm 
Elizabethtown, PA 



Elliott, Jennifer '12 
First-Year Student 

Portstown, PA 



Fairweather, Lauren TO 
Psychology 

Hillsborough, NJ 



Diller, Matthew '09 Dougherty, Joshua TO 

h'lis. Admin. - Entrepreneurs/up Business Administration 
Chambersburg, PA Ocean City, MD 



Durst, Kristi Tl 
Biology - Allied Health 
McKeesport, PA 



Ellwood, Elizabeth '12 

First-Year Student 
Potomac, MD 



Falcone, Steven '09 

Business . \dmmislration - Fit 
Huntingdon Valley, PA 



DiMarco, Anthony Tl 
Social Studies Education 
Kennert Square, PA 



Dougherty, Stephanie TO 

Biology - Allied Health 
Cinnaminson, NJ 



DiMatteo, Amanda '09 Doughty, Patrick T2 

English - Professional Writing First-Year Student 
West Point, PA Macungie, PA 



DiMeglio, Dominiqu 
Music Education 
Skillman, NJ 



Dove, Krystal Tl 
Modem I anguages - Spanish 
Carlisle, PA 



Duval, Alison '09 



Dwyer, Jonathan TO 
Biology - Allied Health 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Dziecichowicz, Maria 11 

Undecided! Undeclared 
Baltimore, MD 



Ellwood, Stephanie '12 
First Yeas Sfuaenf 

Orwigsburg, PA 

Engstrom, Megan '09 
Political Science 
<. i » ipei sburg, PA 

Ensminger, Erin TO 
Health & Occupation 
Palmyra, PA 



Farah, Amber '12 
First-Year Student 
Palmyra, NJ 

Farkas, Erika '09 
Psychology 

Bath, PA 

Famish, Laura '12 
First-Year Student 

Landisville, PA 



DiMichele, Aimee TO Dowkus, Janelle '12 

English - Professional Writing First-Year Student 
Springfield, PA Ashland, PA 



Ditson, Kelly Tl 
Chemistry 

New Stanton, PA 

Dobson, Danika Tl 

Psychology 

Dodson, Margaret '09 

Sociology-Anth ropolt tgy 
Hellertown, PA 

Donahue, Cara Tl 
Music Therapy 
Dallas, PA 

Donahue, Ryan Tl 
Business Administration 
Hatfield, PA 

Donahue, Timothy TO 
Criminal Justice 
Hatfield, PA 

Donnelly, Jessalyn '09 
Biology 

Shady Side, MD 



Dowling, Rebecca '12 

First-Year Student 
Pocono Lake, PA 

Doyle, Erin TO 
Biology 

Doylestown, PA 

Drinker, Katie TO 
Business Administration 
Kennert Square, PA 

Driscoll, Lauren '11 

Modern Languages I irmh 
Bloomsburg, PA 

Drob, Matthew TO 
( 'omputet I ngineering 
Strasburg, PA 

Duarte, Phillip '12 
First Yem Student 
Hillside, NJ 

Duckworth, Catherine TO 
/ nglish Professional Writing 
Perkasie, PA 



Eargle, Bradley TO 

Music Education 
Mifflintown, PA 

Eaton, Wyatt TO 

Communications - New Media 
York, PA 

Ebersole, Joshua '09 
Business Admin. - Economics 
Chambersburg, PA 

Ebersole, Kristen '09 
Communications - Public Relation- 
Akron, OH 

Ebert, Allyson TO 
Sociology-Anthropology 

Lutherville, MD 

Eckenroth, Michael '10 

Industrial Engineering; Mgml 

Eckert, Mollie'10 
International Business 
Jonestown, PA 

Edmonds, 1 leather '09 
Communications - Mass Com. 
Allenwood, NJ 



Enyeart, Travis TO 
BioTechnology 

York Springs, PA 

Epps, Brett TO 

Communications 
Perth Amboy, NJ 

Erdman, Benjamin '12 
First-Year Student 
Shrewsbury, PA 

Erdman, Rebecca '09 
Mathematics - Education 
Quakertown, PA 

Erdman, Tyler '12 

First-Year Student 
1 lerndon, PA 

Estabrooks, David Tl 

Political Scieme 
Bethlehem, PA 

Evanko, Samantha '09 
Health 6 I kcupation 

Nazareth, PA 

Evans, Katie '12 
First Yem student 
Somerdale, NJ 



Farren, Audra '09 
Communications Miss Co 
Granger, IN 

Fasold, Linsey Tl 
Accounting 
Sunbury, PA 

Faust, Derek TO 
Environmental Science 

Auburn, PA 

Favinger, Devon '12 

First-Year Student 

Feagley, Keira TO 
Communications 

Huntingdon, PA 

Featherer, Daniel '12 
First-Year Student 

Swedesboro, NJ 



Felder, Devon '12 
Firsi Year Student 
Oaymont DE 

Felty, Dennis '10 

Business Administration Mgmt 

Schuylkil] Haven, PA 



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Fenske, Michael '11 

\.lnimistratwn limine 
Audubon, PA 



I l.in.in.in, loseph 11 
Undecided/Undeclared 



Fenton, Daniel 10 
Knputei / ngineering 
Kenni'tl Square PA 

Fern, Robert IN 

pneering Mgn 
foyersford PA 

Festa, Laura 1(1 
Hfilllh & I to li/'ilium 

Festus, Shaday'll 
Criminal Justice 
Philadelphia. PA 

Fettro, Marshal 11 
wxhemishy 
York Springs, PA 



Flasser, Kelsey '09 
Health 6 Occupation 
Shamong, \l 

Fleegal, Ginger '09 
Communications Marketing 

Fleming, Michael '11 
i omputa & ienct 
Ewing,N) 

Flowers, Kristin 09 
So ial Work 
1 ancaster, PA 

Flynn, Timothy '11 

Bel Air, MD 




Files, Christopher 12 

\tudenl 
ncungie, PA 

I lewicz, \ndrevv '11 
IministTOtion 

Union.,!, \l 

Fimmano, [ennifei 11 

lii ations 
tnsalem,PA 

Finn, Sierra '11 
mathematii - 

ilte PA 

I nmi \le/a '11 

mtogy 

F.a-t Stroudsburg, PA 



Focht, Caralie '12 
First Yeai Student 
liters. PA 

Fogel, Keith 11 
Business Administration 
Mifflmburg, PA 

Foley, Kathleen '09 

/!ii-nii'" Allium. - Aliirlvdii.v 

Palmyra, \l 

Folino, David '12 
First Yern Student 
Wyomissing, PA 

Follweiler, Ryan '11 
Business Administration 

Windsor Mill, MP 




Fisher, Kelly '11 
Bndecided/Undectared 



Foran, David '10 



I ishm in Danielle '12 

Student 
Lading, PA 

litis Melissa '11 

1 lucation 
Montgomery, \ i 

Fitzgerald, Kathleen '10 
Ibfagy Allied Health 
Qenmoore PA 

Fit/patrick, Man I lien IN 

Hamburg. PA 

Flaherty, Daniel 10 

ninistration 
tei PA 

H.itnrU 1 nn III 

Moorestown, \l 



Ford, Alexandra '12 
First-Year Student 
irl PA 

Ford, Anna '09 
Health 6 Occupation 
Salisbury, MD 



lord, |ushua'09 

Business Administration ■ Mgml 

i lalloway, \l 

Inrtinper. Kenee 10 

Foss, Christina 12 

Student 
Wynantskuim 




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Foster, Julie 11 

Biology - Premedicine 
Reading, PA 



Fritchman, Fmily '10 
Health & Occupation 

Eli/abethtown, PA 



Gallagher, Caitlin '09 

Biology -Allied Health 

Mount Royal, NJ 



Gettel, Cameron '11 
Chemistry 

Rehrersburg, PA 



Glass, Collin '12 

First-Year Student 
Macungie, PA 



Foster, Lauren '12 
First-Year Student 

Foumier, Kelsey '12 
/ irst-Yea Student 
Elizabeth, PA 

Fowler, Jeffrey '11 
Accounting 

Lutherville, MD 

Francis, Earl '10 

Communications 
Pottstovvn, PA 

Francis, Laura '09 

Psychology 
Annville, PA 

Frank, Ashley '10 
Business Administration 

Hamsburg PA 

Frankhouser, Chad '12 
First- Year Student 
McClure, PA 

Frantz, Brian '12 
First- Year Student 
Mount Airy, MD 

Frawley, Bemadette '10 
Business Administration 

Berwyn, PA 

Freed, Robert '10 

Business Administration 
Quakertown, PA 

Freedman, Matthew '12 
First-Year Student 
White Plains, NY 

Freeland, Angela '09 
Health & Occupation 
Marlton, NJ 

Frehulfer, Darren '10 

Social Studies Education 
Weissport, PA 

Freiler, Megan '11 
International Business 
Pottsville, PA 

Fretz, Barbara '12 

First-Year Student 
Harrisburg PA 

Frey, Melissa '12 
First-Year Student 

Frischkorn, Rebekah '12 
First-Year Student 
Mechanicsburg, PA 



Fuesler, John '11 
Biology 
Boothwyn, PA 

Fuhrmeister, Sarah '12 

First-Year Student 
Thorofare, NJ 

Fujimura, Hiroko ND 

Hokkaido, Japan 

Fulton, Jacob '10 
Mathematics 

Middletown, PA 

Funk, Hannah '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
Ephrata, PA 

Funtanilla, Jessica '12 
First-Year Student 

Belleville, NJ 



Gallant, Janelle '12 

Elementary Education 
Bridgewater, CT 



Getz, Laura '09 

Psychology 
Mechanicsburg, PA 



Gambaccini, Lauren '09 Ghosh, Sabyasachi '10 

Communications - Marketing International Business 
Bethlehem, PA Kolkata, India 



Gamble, Jonathan '10 
English - Professional Writing 
Roxbury, ME 

Gantz, Katie '12 
First-Year Student 
Hagerstown, MD 

Garlock, Whittney '12 

First-Year Student 
Three Springs, PA 

Gaul, Dillon '11 
Communications 

Spring City, PA 
Furman, Leslie '09 

Religious Studies A Imistry Studies Gebbie, Jami '12 
Palmyra, PA First-Year Student 

Lansdale, PA 
Furru, Rebecca '10 

Socio; Work Geiger, Gretchen '09 

West Chester, PA Biology 

Pilesgrove, NJ 
Fusco, Carmen '09 

Communications - Public RelatiousCeiger, Kara '10 
Royersford, PA Elementary Education 

Zionsville, PA 

[E^l Mt.eigei. 

Malvern, PA 

Geiger, Nicole '11 
Undecided/Undeclared 
North Catasauqua, PA 

Georgic, Andrea '11 
English -Literature 
Butler, PA 

Gerhart, David '11 

Marietta, PA 



Gabler, Molly '11 
BioTechnology 

Etters, PA 

Gadaleta, Kellie'12 
First-Year Student 
Langhorne, PA 

Galanek, Benjamin '12 

First-Year Student 
Trappe, MD 

Galanek, Michael '11 

Undecided/ Undeclared 
Trappe, MD 

Galardi, Gina '12 

First-Year Student 

Gallagher, Bradley ' 1 1 



Gallagher, Brian ' 
Business Admmisti 



Gerhart, Sara '10 
Accounting 

New Providence, PA 

Gerhart, Thompson ' 
Reading,PA 

Gerner, Melissa '12 
First Yeai Student 
Coudersport, PA 



sburg, PA 



Giannetti, Gabrielle '09 

Health & Occupation 
Glenside, PA 

Giardina, Melanie 11 

Communications 

Giardinelli, Mary '10 
Business Administration 

Robbinsville, NJ 

Gibble, Jinny '09 

Business Admin. - Marketing 
Manheim, PA 

Gibble, Tanna '12 

First-Year Student 
Lebanon, PA 

Gibbs, Chadston '10 
Business Administration 
Lancaster, PA 

Gibson, Chelsea '12 

First-Year Student 

Gieski, Brianna '11 
Chemistry 

Montrose, PA 

Gillam, Samuel '09 
Theatre 

Glen Burnie, MD 

Gingrich, Emily '10 
Social Work 
Harrisburg, PA 

Gingrich, Stephanie '12 
First- Year Student 
Kutztown, PA 

Giordano, Victoria '10 

English - Professional Writing 
Shreveport, LA 

Giovene, Elisabeth 12 

First-Year Student 
Mullica Hill, NJ 

Giunta, Sarah '10 
Elementary Ed - Special Educat 
Media, PA 

Gladhill, Britney '11 
in tuarial Science 
Sainl I eonaxd, MD 



Glatfelter, Daniel '10 
Business Administration 

Lancaster, PA 

Glogau, Jason '09 
Communications Corporate Com 
Newheld, NJ 

Godfrey, Jordon '12 
First-Year Student 

Macungie, PA 

Godlewski, Matthew '09 

Criminal justice 
Northumberland, PA 

Goetting, Carly '10 

Health & Occupation 
Point Pleasant, NJ 

Goff, Lindsey '10 

International Business 
West Chester, PA 

Golas, Amanda '09 

Mathematics - Education 
Palmyra, NJ 

Gold, Alexandra '11 

Health & Occupation 
Columbia, PA 

Golder, Michael '12 

First-Year Student 
Aston, PA 

Goldkamp, Timothy '12 

First-Year Student 
Perkasie, PA 

Goldman, Wallace '09 
Criminal Justice 

Fallston, MD 

Goldrick, Lindsay '11 
Business Administration 
Mountain Lakes, NJ 

Goldrick, Molly '11 
Undecided/Undeclared 

Gollup, Jasmine '09 

History 

Golomb, Laura '10 
Social Work 
Northumberland, PA 

Goodman, Katherine '10 

Health & Occupation 
Wilmington, DE 

Gordon, Amanda '09 
Health & Occupation 
Vernon, NJ 



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Gordon, Amrit '12 


Grisi, Aurienne '10 


Hamilton, Benjamin 1 1 


Hart, Tara '11 


Heaps, Samuel '09 


Fir-t Yem Student 


/ lementary Education 


Business Administration 1 mame I lementary Education 


Business Administration - Finance 


Philadelphia, PA 


Haddonfield, NJ 


Coatesville, PA 


Marlton, NJ 


Landenberg, PA 


Gordon, Andrew 11 


Gross, Dara '11 


Hamilton, Lauren 12 


Hartzell, Adam 10 


Hediger, Jessica '09 


Business Administration 1 mance Philosophy - Humanities 


First-Van Student 


Business Admin l conomics 


Elementary Ed - Early Childhood 


Peach Bottom, PA 


Lower Gwynedd, PA 


Bel Air, MD 


Spring < ity, PA 


Warrington, PA 


Gordon, Danielle 12 


Gross, Eric '09 


Hanaoka, Drew '12 


Hartzell, Samantha '12 


Hedlund, Margaret 09 


■>tudenl 


Political Philosophy & legal StudicsFirst )eai Student 


• Student 


Psychology 


Philadelphia, PA 


Schnecksville PA 


Pittsgrove, NJ 


Spring Qtj PA 


Heich, Kelly '09 


Gorman, Megan '10 


Grove, Emily '10 


Hankins, Eleanor '12 


Hartzman, Noelle '09 


Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 






First-Year Student 


Psychology 


Morrisville, PA 


Landenberg, PA 


1 larrisburg, PA 


\nnapnlis, Ml > 


Pottstown, PA 


Heimbach, Jennifer '12 


Cower, Allison '11 


Guss, Rachel '10 


Hanlon, Bryn '10 


Harwick, Jeremy '09 


First-Year Student 




/ lealth 6 Occupation 


1 ngineerin 


Industrial Engineering Mgmt. 


Pottstown, PA 


Boyertown, PA 


Harrisburg, PA 


1 tiers PA 


Cleona, PA 


Heinbockel, Mark '09 


Grant, Sarah '12 


Gustafson, Kristen '10 


Hannegan, Elizabeth '10 


Hassinger, Krystan '10 


Social Wort 


Brsl Yem Student 


Criminal Justice 


Biology - Allied 1 lealth 


Biology 


Cranberry Township, PA 


lew Providence \l 


East Setauket, NY 


Lancaster, PA 


1 ewistown, PA 


Heisey, Christopher '11 


Graybill, Erin '10 


Gustavsen, Christine '10 


Hara, Michael '11 


Haughney, Brady '11 


Biology 


English - Professional Writing 


Elementary 1 d Speaal 1 ducalion Sociology \uthnipology 


Business Administration 


Middletown, PA 


Lancaster, PA 


Shamong, \l 


SeweH NJ 


Bemville, PA 


Heisey, Jennifer '09 


Greco, Richard '11 


Guy, Timothy '09 


Harbin, Jeannine '12 


Haun, Amy '11 


Psychology 


Engineering 


Socio/ Studies 1 dui Orion 


Frrsi Year Student 


Criminal justice 


Manheim, PA 


[iiliiiilil. \l 


Hanover, PA 


Hummelstown, PA 


York, PA 


Heisey, Jereme '09 


Green, Corey '12 


Guzik, Marian '09 


Hare, Michelle '12 


Hauser, Andrew '09 


Business Admin. - Marketing 


Student 


Accounting 


First-Year Student 


Communications - Corporate Co 


n. Manheim, PA 




Greensburg, PA 


Harrisburg, PA 


Glenville, PA 




Green, Kevin '09 








Heisler, Katherine '11 


industrial I ngmeering Mgmt. 


Guzzo, Andrea '09 


Hargest, Jessica '09 


Hawkins, Jennifer '09 


English - Literature 


MD 


Communications Public Relatio 


is Environmental Si tent t 


Industrial Engineering Mgmt. 


MiUersville. MD 




Wind Gap. PA 


Baldwin, MD 


1 lavre de Grace, MD 




Greenawalt, Crystal '12 






Hawthorne, Chelsea '12 


Heller, Abbie 11 


Student 




1 Hamer, Michelle '12 


Political Science 


Mount |oj PA 




1 First Yem Student 
Itavelle PA 


First-Year Student 
1 lempstead, NY 


York, PA 


Greer, Emily '10 






Hellman, Stephanie '11 


■oiness \dmmistration 


Hackett, Leeann '11 


llarnish, Martin 11 


Hayes, Austin '09 


Business Administration - Finance 


New Windsor, MD 


Music Therapy 




Business Administration 






Northbridge, MA 


Marietta, PA 


Elizabethtown, PA 


Helsel, Taylor 11 


Greider, Jesse '12 








Business Administration 


Student 


Hadinger, Julia '11 


Harris, Alexander '1 1 


Hayes, Kelsey 12 


Glen Rock, PA 


Mount l<>\ P \ 


Communications 


Business Administration 


D student 






Belle Mead, N] 


ore MD 


Hummelstown PA 


Hembree, Jewell '10 


Grey, David 09 








■:guages • German 


Political Science 


Hagerty, Thomas 11 


Harris, Stephen 12 


Healey, Shaun 10 


MaryviDe l\ 


Berwick, PA 


Communu 


/ i's/1i-.ir Student 


Business Admin Marketing 






Enola, PA 


Sevema l'.uk, MD 


Neshanic Station, \l 


Hendel, Emma '10 


t .riltith, ( onnor '12 








Studies Education 


Student 


Hailey, Kimberly '09 


Harris, Suzanne '10 


Healy, Erin 12 


Adelphi. Ml ) 




Social Work 


Elementary Education 


■ Student 




(.nmi's t .iitlin 12 




I urlong, PA 


Oreland PA 


Hendricks, Kristin '12 




Hall. Kristin '10 








Newark. PI 




Harritv, Bryan 12 


Healy, Janelle 12 


I Iters PA 




WestC hestei PA 


PusiriiNs Administration 


First Year Student 




Grimes, Sarah '09 




Warrington PA 


Warrington PA 


Hendricks, Mallory 12 


Elementary Ed Special Education Halliday, Jacqueline 12 










First-Ycar Student 


ll.irt Daniel'12 


Heaps, Anthon\ 12 




Grimm, Kyle '10 


1 ebanori \i 


Firs! Year Student 


Undecided Undeclared 


Hendrie, Michael 11 


icatkm 




Downingtown PA 


Landenhere. PA 


International Business 


Pottstown PA 








Chalfont. PA 



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Henricks, Daniel '12 
1 irst Yem Student 
Chester Springs, PA 


Hicks, Kelly '09 

Ihismess Administration Aiymf 
Ballj PA 


Hensberger, Rachel '12 
Frrsl Yem Student 
Perry Hall MD 


Hiddemen, David '12 
First Yem Student 

Duncannon, PA 


Herbert, Joshua '10 

Biology 

MiddletowiwOH 


High, Kelsey '10 
ii i ounting 
Gap, PA 


Herbst,Cole'12 
First Yem student 
York, PA 


Hihn, Sheri 1(1 
Biology - Allied Health 
Aston, PA 


Herman, Lauren '12 
Firsi Year Student 
Mechanicsburg, PA 


Hill,Caitlynn'll 
Psychology 
Haddon Heights, NJ 



Herr, Laura '09 Hill, Jessica '09 

Elementary Ed - Special Education Fine Arty- 
Lancaster, PA New Castle, DE 





Herriman, Megan '12 
First-Year Student 
Leicester, VT 

Herrmann, Melina ND 
Plainfaing, France 

Hersom, Kent '12 
First- Yem Student 
Edgecomb, ME 

Herzer, Lore '09 
Musii Therapy 
Center Valley, PA 

Hester, Aaron '11 
Biology - Premedicine 
Hanisbur&PA 

Hetzler, Valarie '11 
Health 6 ( >ccupation 

Hewitt, Joseph '11 
li tuarial Science 
Pottstown, PA 

Heydt, Ashton 11 
Undecided/Undeclared 

Heydt, Molly 12 
First Yem student 
Allentown, PA 

Heyduk, Katherine 10 

Philosophy Professional Ethics 

Hickey, Shauna 10 
SocialWork 
Norwood, MA 

Hickey, Thomas '10 

ministration 
Ridley Park, PA 



Hinder, Daniel '09 
Environmental S( feno 
Bel \n MD 

Hines, Shikirra '11 
Business \dministration 

NorthPlainfield, \| 

Hitchens, Caitlin'll 



Hoegg, Donald '12 
First-Year Student 
Allentown, PA 

Hoff, Kelena '11 
Elementary Education 
New < rxford, PA 

Hoffa, Megan '09 

Communication- i 

Hoffer, Rachel '12 
/ irsf-Veai student 
1 ancaster, PA 

Hoffman, Brian '11 
Accounting 
Palmyra, PA 

Hoffman, Jessica '09 
Health 6 ( tccupation 
I lover, I' \ 

Hoffman, Nicholas '11 

Psychology 

1 .itit/, PA 

Holler, Rebecca '09 

Middleburg, PA 



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Hollingsworth, Tara'll) 


Hughes, Mitchell 12 


Ison, Tara 09 


Johnson, Benjamin 1 1 


Jury, Ali '10 




Srudenl 




ii ruaruu Science 


Business Admin Accounting 




Shelton ( 1 


I ancastei PA 


Manheim, PA 


Halifax, PA 


Holmberg, \n\.i 12 










itudenl 


Hughes, Natalie 12 


Iuppa, Anna 1 1 


Johnson, Erin '12 


P^^Bj 


Strasburg, PA 




1 rterarure 


/ir-t Year Srudenl 


1 L^kW 




Reading PA 


Pittsfbrd, Ni 


i lu'.in rownship, \| 


Ua^l 


Holsnnback, Ashley 12 










Undent 


Hunter, Mason '12 




1 Johnson, Katherine'09 


Kaier, Clayton '12 


Bford PA 


lecounfihg 




1 1 ducation 
| 1 )n\ lestown, PA 


Srudenl 


Holt, Bryan '09 


Hurst, Stephen 10 






Kalick, Laura '10 


Entrepreneurs/lip 


BioTechnology 


Jackson, 1 lijah TJ9 


Johnson, Kim '09 




Ershey, PA 


I ebanon, PA 


Socio! Work 

Bronx X s ! 


. ial Needs 
Middletown, PA 


Oreland,PA 


■over; lennifer '09 


Hurtenstine, Amy '09 






Kalinowski, Breanna '12 


;':,'ii- Pi/Mic Relatioi 


s Mathematics - Education 


Jacobs, Marissa '12 


Johnson, Leann '12 


rn-t-'le l r 


■mmelstown, PA 


Hazleton, PA 


First Yeai student 
Dillsburg PA 


Firsi Year Student 
GlenBumie MD 


White Haven, PA 


Hoover, Lauren '09 


Hurtenstine, Ashley '12 






Kamouh, Victoria '11 


■logy -Allied Health 


Student 


James, Allison '10 


Johnson, Mindy 09 


Business Admin. - Marketing 




Hazleton, PA 


Communications ( orporate ( 01 
1 ancaster, PA 


Schwenksville, PA 


Fan wood, \l 


Hopkins, Amanda 11 


Huylebroeck, Katharine '09 






Karcha, Elizabeth 12 


Mlichnology 


Health & Occupation 


James, Andrea '12 


Johnson, Sarah '11 


Srudenl 


Eton Dl 


in, PA 




vlusii Therapy 

Sinking Spi in/ PA 


Wilmington, DE 


Hopkins, Danielle 10 


llypnarowski, lames '12 


James, Lindsey '09 




Karkuff, Jenna '09 


Music Therapy 


Student 


Elementary ! d Special Education Johnson, Zachary '12 


Communications ■ Marketing 


Franklin. \l A 


Wellsboro, PA 


Mechanicsburg PA 


/ irsl Year student 


Mechanicsburg, PA 


Horst, Breann '11 


Hj pnarowski, Justin '09 


Jamieson, Natalie '10 


Johnston, Jared '11 


Kase, Steven 09 


ffiysi, - 




Political Si 




Business Administration - Finance 


■taster, PA 
■skins, Cad) "09 


Wellsboro PA 


EUicottGt) MD 
1 Jankowski, Michael '10 


Portsrown, PA 

Jones, Christopher '10 


Pottstown, PA 




Kase, Tamara '10 


1 medicine 




1 i \ccupation 




Elementary l 


Hostetter, Julia '10 




| State Colli 


Urville, PA 


Sinking Spring, PA 








1 . upalion 


lacono, Michael '10 


laramillo-Cattell, Madrid 12 


Jones, Johnna '10 


Kasun, Kathleen '12 


■ll^liin PA 


Hi/shuns Administration 


Firsf-nwr •student 




Student 




Hodcessin,DE 


1 ancaster, P \ 


New t umberland, PA 


Bel Air, MO 


■use, Brian '10 










■in'iinnm iilnl Science 


lacono, Nick '11 


Jarvie, Pauline 12 


Jones, Matthew '10 


Kasyan, Ryan '09 


Inn/ PA 


Mathematics Education 


First- "Year Student 


ii idies / ducation 


Business Admin. ■ Marketing 




Hockessin.DE 


Mendon, Ni 


Finksburg, MD 


Point Pleasant, \l 


Mouse.il, Inshua '10 










medicine 


lchikawa,Shing(i\D 


letteries, Jonathan 09 


Jones, Meghan 12 


Katz, Benjamin 12 


le PA 


[bkyo [apan 


Mathematics I ducathm 


First-Year Student 


First-liar student 






L nun Lyra 


Vestal Ni 


South rhomaston Ml 


■wes, K.ilKn III 


lezzi, Timoth] ll 








lucatitm 


Engineering 


Jenkins, Heather 11 


Jones Melissa '09 


KaU, Gregory '11 


Bmeytown, Ml' 


Reading, PA 


..allium 


BioTechn 


Business Administration 






Pottsville, PA 


Waynesboro, \ \ 


Voorhees \l 


Howser, Kathiyn 12 


Oligasch ( rystaJ TJ9 








Student 


Elementary id - Special Education Jensen, Natalie '12 


Jones, Taylor '10 


Kat/aman, Timothy '10 


MD 


Greentown, PA 


I ir^i Year student 


BioTechnology 








\udubon, \l 


Occident MD 


Wyomissing, PA 


■ckle, Kyle 10 


Impellizzeri, lessica 12 








nistratkm 


Student 


Jeslen, Rachel 12 


Jordan Vshlej 1 1 


Kautiman, kalhnn 10 


Ith.K.l t\Ti 


Scotch Plains, N] 


First Year student 


Computer Engineering 


Political S 






ChaddsFord PA 


Brookhaven, PA 


Enhaut, PA 


Hudnn. lessica iw 


luhal. Faisal 10 








■ctefogy 


Comrnuni 


Jiang, Dianmin 10 


Juliano, Stephen 10 


Kautfman, Stephen 'in 


vn MA 




Accounting 


CommunicahDns ' 


Criminal Justice 




Ireland, Sarah 12 


New c umberland PA 


Port Jefferson \1 


Mount |oj PA 


Hud/iik, [oseph w 


/ rrst-Yan 5 








1 rfuenrion Stevensville, Ml 1 








■zabethtown, PA 











Student Directory & Oubs^i 1 



Kaufman, Kaitlin '10 Kennel, lame* '09 

hnini - Marketing Biology Premedicmt 

Horn-burg, PA 1 lizabethtown PA 



Kistler, Courtney 10 
Elementary Education 

Wavncsboro 1' \ 



Kohl, David '12 
First-Year Student 
Denver, PA 



Krissinger, Lauryn '12 
First-Year Student 
Lebanon, PA 



Keams, Courtney 10 Kennel, Nadine '12 

Elementary Ld - Early ChUdhood First-Year Student 
Mechanicsburg, PA Elizabethtown, PA 



Klahold, Tiffany '10 
Psychology 

Elizabethtown, PA 



Koller.Caitlin'll 
Communications 
Limerick, PA 



Kroeckel, Ashley '10 

Social Work 

East Brunswick, NJ 



Keeler, Jacob '09 Kerlin, Lindsey '10 

Communications - Corporate Com. Health & Occupation 
Mt. Pleasant, PA Elliottsburg, PA 



Klapper-Lehman, Sarah '12 
First-Year Student 

Lancaster, PA 



Konek, Tanya '09 

Elementary F.d - Special I due a 
Slatington, PA 



Kropp, Thomas '11 

International Hu^me^ 
Portstown, PA 



Keeler, Melissa '09 
Elementary Education 
1 lazletan, PA 

Keenan, Austin 10 

Modern Languages - Spanish 
Manheim, PA 

Keith, Angela '12 
First-Year Student 
Ephrata, PA 

Kelemen, Kate '10 
Business Administration - Finn 
Princeton, NJ 

Kelley, Christine '12 
First-Year Student 
Hamsburg, PA 

Kellogg, Nicole '09 

Business Admin. - Marketing 

Kelly, Courtney '11 
Biology 
Guilford, CT 

Kelly, Kristen '11 
Actuarial Science 
Bensalem, PA 

Kelly, Kylleen '10 

Social Work 
Reading, PA 

Kempchinsky, Chelsea '10 

lUi^iue^-- Admin - Marketing 
1-reeland, PA 

Kench, Margaret '10 
BioTechnology 
SellersvUle, PA 

Kenneally, Gregory 11 
Accounting 

Lutherville, MD 

Kenneally, Michael '11 
Accounting 

Lutherville, MD 

Kennedy, Katelyn '09 
Health 6 l d i uvation 
Wilkes Barre, PA 



Kesler, Rebecca '12 
First-Year Student 

Florence, MA 

Kessler, Jillian 10 

Environmental Science 
Randolph, NJ 

Ketchen, Jennifer '09 

Elementary Ed - Special Educatioi 
Maple Shade, NJ 

Keys, Julianne '11 
:• Elementary Education 
Lancaster, PA 

Keyser, Brian '11 
Criminal Justice 

Kibby, Jocelyn '10 

Health & Occupation 
Annapolis, MD 

Kichline, Stephanie '10 

Communications - Mass Com. 
Gap, PA 



Klaski, Julie '12 
First-Year Student 

Kley, Jennifer '12 

First-Year Student 
Chester Springs, PA 

Kline, Kehanna '12 

First-Year Student 
i Winfield, PA 

Kline, Stacy '09 

Biology - Allied Health 
Lancaster, PA 

Klinger, Joseph '11 



Knapp, Jennifer '10 

Psychology/ 
Douningtown, PA 

Knapp, Sarah '12 

First-Year Student 
West Deptford, NJ 



Kidwell, Corin '09 Kneafsey, Thomas ' 

Business Administration - Finance Political Science 
Akron, PA Havertown, PA 



Kiernan, Brian '10 

Accounting 
Garden City, NY 

Kieszek, Kayla '12 
First-Year Student 
Natrona Heights, PA 

Kilpeck, Kristen '12 
First-Year Student 
Richmondville, NY 

Kim, Sung '12 

First-Year Student 
Langhorne, PA 

Kinney, Allison '12 

First-Year Student 
Greensburg, PA 

Kirk, Elizabeth '09 

\mology Anthropology 



Knight, Glenn '12 

First-Year Student 
Smethport, PA 

Knights, Amanda '12 
First-Year Student 

Knitter, Emily '11 

Theatre 
Selinsgrove, PA 

Knoll, Alexander '10 
International Business 

Monrovia, MD 

Kochuba, Matthew 09 
Biology - Premedu me 
Mountain Top, PA 

Koep, Garrett 12 
First-Year Student 
Madison, M 



Kirkhoff, Jeffrey '09 Kofeldt, Courtney 10 

/.'ir. ;>/>'■.'. \tliiinii^tiatiou I annuo English Education 
Duncannon, PA Coatesville, PA 



Konschak, Alaina 12 
First-Year Student 
Bridgeton, NJ 

Kowalsky, Amanda 12 
First- Year Student 
Levittovvn, PA 

Kozak, Kelsea '09 
Elementary Education 
Brookhaven, PA 

Krajsa, John '10 

Business Administration 
Allentown, PA 

Kramer, Abigail '11 

Communications 
Harleysville, PA 

Krause, Brian '09 

Elementary Education 
New Tripoli, PA 

Krausse, Thomas '09 
Mathematics 

Mechanicsburg, PA 

Kravetz, Kyle '11 
Business Administration 

Dushore, PA 

Krebs, Kylar '09 
Communications - Mass Com. 
New Columbia, PA 

Kreis, Katherine '12 
First Yern Student 
Bel Air, MD 

Kreis, Stephanie '10 

Psychology 
Bel Air, MD 

Kressler, Katharine '10 

Bii-me-- Admin Marketing 
Yardley, PA 

Krieger, Laura '10 
i nemistry 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Krissinger, Katelyn 09 

Psychology 

Lebanon, PA 



Kulp, Tiffany '09 
Biochemistry 



Kulp, Zachary '11 
Biochemistry 

Perkasie, PA 

Kumpf, Amy '09 

Religious Studies Ministry Studie 
Gilbertsville, PA 

Kuperavage, Brittany '11 

Biology 

Kuppe, Bryan '10 

Modern Languages lapancsc 
Pennington, NJ 

Kuserk, Laura '10 
Communications 

Harleysville, PA 

Kutz, Matthew '09 
Communications - Publit Relation. 

New Cumberland. PA 

Kvinnesland, Greta '11 

English - Professional Writing 
Center Valley, PA 



LaForge, Colleen '11 
HealthS Occupation 
Scotch Plains, Nl 

Lancellotti, Cristina '11 

Elementary Education 
I Kit/. PA 

Landis, Benjamin '11 
Business Administration 

Talmage, PA 

Landis, Michael '10 

Religious Studies Asian Rclign 
Mount Joy, PA 

Landis, Zachary '11 
Biochemistry 

Wyomissing, PA 



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Landry, Meghan ID 
Political Science 

Cranston. R] 



Lehman, Stacey 09 
BbTechnology 
Schuylkill Haven, PA 



Lang, Courtney 11) 

'. cupation 

Hummelstown, PA 



I eibrand, Katherine '1 1 



•„ Mary '10 Leigh, Rebekah 12 

Elementary I d Spa ial / ducatkm 1 nglish Education 
BtsvOle PA Bizabethtown PA 

Lanphier, Sarah 10 Leister, Todd 12 

min -Marketing First-Year Student 
York, PA Stanhope, NJ 

LaPalomento, Christina '11 lemon, Trisha '09 

tary Ed ■ Early Childhood 
nimersville \| ( oUegeville, PA 



Lappin, Daniel '10 
mgmeering 
Manchester Centra \ I 



I engeL Erin '10 

[Med Health 

I Iters PA 




Large, Rachel '12 
Student 
■atari PA 

Larsen, Charles '12 

Student 
Phoeniv MD 

Larsen, Kirsti '11 

Carlisle, PA 

Latimore, Sarah '11 

Political - 



Lenhart, Jennifer '10 
Biology - Allied Health 
Hightstown, NJ 

Lentz,Janelle'll 
Psychology 

Leonard, Clyde '11 
Business Administration 

Newark. DE 

Leota, Aaron '10 
Elementary Education 
Harrisburg, PA 



Lauletta, Daniel 09 Lerch, Alena 12 

Communication* - Mass Com I irsl Year Student 
Landenberg, PA h\n ertoun, PA 




Lawlor, Sarah 09 
Political Science 
Haddonfield \! 



LeV'an, Kelsie 12 
first-Year Student 
Malta PA 



Lazor, Collette 09 Levengood, Peter 10 

Communtcal!' Ku-im--- Administration 

Pittsburgh, PA Pottstown, PA 



LeClair, Ryan 12 
Trumbull, CT 



Levine, Sarah '09 

Elementary Ed - Special I ducatkm 

den Mills PA 



Lee, John 09 Levites, Robert 12 

national Business ■ Finance First- Year Student 
■ashing, N\ Westp 



I ee, 1 inse\ 11) 
unting 

VSVlKK.ro. PA 



Levy, Elizabeth 11 

Health t* i kcupatkm 
South Glens Falls, MY 




Leggert, Jordan 09 
unting 

versitv PA 



I ewellen, Todd 10 

Lewis, Ashhn 1 1 
'remedkint 

Mount lov. PA 



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Lewis, Elizabeth '11 
Theatre 

I mi/. PA 

Lewis, Griffin '12 
firs! YearStudent 

Glen Rock, PA 

Libic, Maida 11 

/iicmr-.- Admin - Marketing 
Harrisburg, PA 

Liddle, Adam'll 
History 

Wilmington, DE 

Liebergall, Alexander '12 

FirsMiw Student 
Newtown, PA 

Liebman, Andrew '12 
First-Year Student 
Willow Grove, PA 



Loiselle, Melinda '10 
Business Administration 
Kensington, ( I 

Long, Jeffrey '09 

Ph-iho- Admim-.! nit wit Alymf. 
West( hester, PA 

Long, Rebecca '12 
Firsf-ViwSrittteil 
WestChestcr, PA 

Long, Ryan '11 

K.'/iX'inii-. Sfini;.-- 
New Holland, PA 

Longobardi, Nina '10 
Social Wort 

Norristoun, PA 

Loughney, John '11 
Undecided/Undeclared 
Millersvffle,MD 




Light, Jaclyn '12 
First- Year student 
Leesport, PA 



Louison, Rachel '09 
Piis/nt'ss Adiuiii. - Marketing 
Randolph, NJ 



Lindner, Julie '10 Lucas, Travis '11 

I lemeiitan/ Id - Heliaoior Alymf. Aln.-ii Education 
Abingdon, MD Wallingford, PA 



Linton, Kendra '11 
Business Administration 

Thornton, PA 

Lipari, Nicole '12 
First-Year Student 

Massapequa, NY 

Littell, Daniel '12 
First-Year Student 
Landisville, PA 



Luff, Callum '12 
First-Year Student 

Damascus, MD 

Luff, Eric '09 

Bhshicss Admin. - Accounting 

Lincoln University, PA 

Lukacsy, Melissa '10 

Elenientarv I d s /Vl ; , 
Mullica Hill. NJ 



Little, Katherine '09 Lund, Myles '1C 

Elemcntani Ed - Special Education Political Science 
Medford, NJ Berwyn, PA 




Little, Shawn '09 
English Literature 
York, PA 

Livingston, Emily '12 
First-Year Student 
HavertowaPA 

Lockcuff, Terra '11 
Elementary Education 
Shamokin Dam, PA 

Locke, Katlin 11 
Psychology 

I nil.. i|.]. P \ 

Loeb, Tyler '10 
Political Si ience 
I enhartsville, PA 



Lurz, Kelly '11 
Biology 

Lussier, Michael '10 

History 

Cherry HilLN] 

Lutz, Jessica '09 
Health 6 Occupation 

Doylestown, PA 

Lutz,Tess'12 
First-Year Student 

Luzik,Kara'12 
I irst Yeai student 
Halifax, PA 

Lynch, Andrea '11 
Elementary I ducation 

s. i.nii. in. r \ 



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Lynch, Christopher 09 


Malehom, Lisa '11 


Manrara, Carl '09 


Mattox,Jenna'12 


Met ausland, Katherine '09 


■counting 


Health & Occupation 


Political Si tenet 


First-Yem Sfudenl 


Elementary 1 


1 Birate !'\ 


Halifax PA 


Danville, PA 


Philadelphia, PA 


Stroudsburg, PA 


Lynch, Colin 12 


Malick, Hunter 11 


Marsico, Shannon 11 


Matula, Jeremy '09 


McChesney, Kennedy '09 


Student 




International Business 


Political Philofophv c- l-fgal Studies-Actuarial sueiue 


Bethlehem. PA 


( entei Valley, PA 


1 lizabethtown PA 


Bath, PA 


Latrobe, PA 


Lynd, Stuart 10 


Malik, Kamron '10 


Marsleller, Rachel 11 


Matz, Andrea '10 


McCTain, Horentina 10 


Music Therapy 


Information 


Conmutiiixiliou- Cultural sf,,,: 


Communications Corj 


■man, \l 


Perkasie PA 


Martin, Allie '12 


Hazleton,PA 


Wesl < hester, PA 


1 \ons. 1 mil) 1 1 


Malloy, Thomas '10 


First Yeat Student 


Mauger, Michael '10 


McClain, Sean '12 


Political Science 


Modem Languages Japanese 


Kingol Prussia, PA 


English 1 


Firsl Year Student 


le PA 


Elizabethtowri PA 


Martin, Amanda '12 


Pottstowr PA 


Mechanicsburg, PA 


■■H 


■ Malm, Stephen '10 


n Student 


Mauro, Sari '11 


McConnell, Brittany 10 


liTi^l 


H Business Administration 




/ nglish Literature 


/ lementary Ed - Special Education 


*^^ 


| Millersville MD 


Martin, Holly '09 


Owls Head, ME 


I ibertj Comer, \l 


MacGregor, Kathcrine '10 


Maloney, Erin '12 


Elizabethtown, PA 


Mazepink, Cristina 12 


McConnell, Kyle '12 


, upation 


Firsl Year Student 




First-Year Student 


First-Year Student 


ifaddonfield, N) 


w, si i hester, PA 


Martin, Monica '10 
International Business 


Claymont, DE 


Lebanon, PA 


Macharskv lacalyn 11 


Mance, Kristin 11 


York, PA 


Maziarz, Stanley '10 


McCooey, Christopher 10 


■bduss Administration 


Iccounfing 




International Business 


1 


Westminster, MD 


Goshen, FxTi 


Martinez, Donato '09 

Criminal | 


Trenton, NJ 


Buffalo, NY 


Machir, Alexander '09 


Mann, Cameron '12 


Norristown, P \ 


Mazzella, Kortne'll 


McCormick, Kelly 12 


Communications 


n Student 




I lementary I ducatum 


First-Year Student 


Bethesda, MD 


Easton, PA 


Martinez, Sammie '10 
Political St iem t 


Media, PA 


Saint Clair, PA 


Mackey, John '10 


Mannion, Lisa '12 


Coal Township, PA 


Mazzur, Hayley '12 


McCoy, Brandi '09 


English Literature 


First Yeat Student 




First-Year Student 




Chambersburg. PA 


Mechafjicsburg, PA 


Maryott, Kenneth 09 
Communications Mass Com 


Willow Street PA 


Swedesbon i \l 


Mackey, Paul 12 


Mansour, Shahd 12 


Rrjckville, MD 


McBride, Daniel '09 


McDonald, Ryan '09 


itudenl 


First-Yea 




Bus Admin - 1 ntrepreneurship 




nambersburg, PA 


Lancaster, PA 


Massarotti, Alexis '10 
Accounting 


Wilmington, DE 


Doylestown, PA 


Macus, Joseph '10 


Mararta, Stephanie '11 


Coatesville, PA 


McBride, Ryan '12 


McEachron, Phillip 12 


Computer Engineering 


Elementary Education 




Student 


First-Year Student 


Allent.mn. P\ 


[slip l\Pi 


Mastrangelo, leffrey '09 
Psychology 


Wilmington, DE 


Slatington. PA 


Madigoskv Meredith 12 


Marciniak, Ashley '10 


Mpharerta, GA 


McCafferty, Ryan '09 


McFarland, Sarah '09 


Student 


ntary Education 




Bus Admin. Entrepreneurship 


Elementary Education 




Freeland, MD 


Mastroianni, Jason 09 


Orlando, II 


Ambler. PA 


Magnauck, 1 li/aheth 11 




Communications Mass Com, 






upatkm 


Martisi, Amanda '09 


Macungje, PA 


McCaffrey, Kaitlin '10 


McGarvey, Casey '12 


Holrwood PA 


Psyi Iioiogy 




Communi 


Firsl Year Student 




Bethlehem PA 


Matakas, Jason '09 


Schuylkill Haven, PA 


H. ./rah, CI 


Magnolo, Alexandra '12 




BhTechnology 






Student 


Marion, Kyra '12 


Yardville \l 


McCann, Amanda '09 


McGeary, Amanda 11 


fobbinsville, NJ 


Firsl Year Student 




( lementary 1 ,1 Special 1 ducatkm Politii 




i idon, PA 


Mathews, lessica 11 


Statesville, M< 


Sturbridge, M \ 


Mains, Ryan '10 




Elementary Education 








Markow, Allison '12 


Huntingtown, MP 


McCarron, Genevieve '09 


M^.. trick, Connor 12 


IYmer PA 


I ir-t Year Student 




Elementary Ed Special Educati 


Student 




Mountville,PA 


Matlack, Peter '09 


Htarleysville,PA 


I OUiSX ilk'. k>. 


Maiorella, [emu 12 




nol Writing 






Student 


Markowicz, Amanda '10 


Burlington, \l 


Mil .lrthv 1 rinmarie '12 


Met .eiru k 1 imann '12 


Rockv iiie Centre, N> 


Business Administration 




/irsi >,-,ir Student 


student 




Sdnrylkill Haven, PA 


Matthews. Kelly '12 


DrexelHUI PA 


Louisville, K^ 


Makara, Kevin 1 1 




1 sf, (< (,-„/ 






- 


Marks, Stephen '10 


Hershej PA 


McCarty. Kelh 10 


McGoniglc, Stephen 10 


Horsham PA 


Psychology 




Elementary Education 


International 




Mkkletan N] 


Matthews, 1 dgh \nn 1 1 


1 ancaster, PA 


Fairfax, VA 


Maldonado 1 ope/. Vdrian 


\n 


Elementary Edui 






lador 




eld NJ 







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McGowan, Huntley '12 


Meaney, Craig '12 


Michener, Deann '10 


Miller, Jordan '11 


Mogle, Ashley '11 


Student 


first- Yan Student 


Business Administration - 1 'ma 


ce Undecided Undeclared 


Biology - Premedicine 


Malvern, pa 


Grand bland, NY 


Columbia, PA 


Havertown, PA 


1 eola, PA 


McGrann, Khourill 


Meaney, William '11 


Middleton, Karen '12 


Miller, Laura '11 


Moll, Daniel '09 


English - Professional Writing 


Social Studies Education 


first-Yew Student 


Psychology 


Business Administration Mgmt. 


Glenside, PA 


Toms River NJ 


Denton, MD 


Miller, Matthew '09 


Doylestown, PA 


McGraw, Michael '11 


Meerbach, Anna '12 


Miebach, Valerie '09 


Accounting 


Momenzadeh, Katherin '10 


Communications 


First-Year Student 


Elementary Ed - Special Education 


/ nglish 1 ducation 


U.illingtord, PA 


York, PA 


Highland Lakes, NJ 


Miller, Matthew '11 

Undecided/Undeclared 


Nuangola, PA 


McGuire, Kathleen 12 


Mellinger, Lorin '12 


Mihovics, Shana '12 


Willow Street, PA 


Momenzadeh, Megan '10 


First-Year Student 


First-Year Student 


First-Year Student 




Mathematics - Education 


West Chester, PA 


Akron, PA 


Nanuet, NY 


Miller, Sierra '12 
First-Year Student 


Nuangola, PA 


McKeown, Kory '09 


Mellon, Katherine 11 


Miles, Andrea '09 


Sunbury, PA 


Monismith, Emma 10 


Criminal Justice 


Business Administration 


Business Admin. - Marketing 




Music Therapy 


Kearny \l 


Boyertown, PA 


Phoenix, MD 


Miller, Zachary '10 

History 

Old Lyme, CT 


Harrisburg, PA 


McLaughlin, Brittny '11 


Melnick, Jennifer '11 


Miles, Chelsea '09 


Montague, Jennifer '09 


Accounting 


Social Studies Education 


Health & Occupation 




Business Admin. - Marketing 


York, PA 


Oreland, PA 


Media, PA 


Milowicki, Karen '11 

English - Professional Writing 


Newark, DE 


McLelland, Tiffany '12 


Memoli, Megan '09 


Miller, Alyssa '09 


Wilmington, DE 


Montemurro, Jeffrey '10 


First-Year Student 


English - Literature 


Mathematics - Applied Mathemat 


cs 


Health & Occupation 


Winter Park, FL 


Mercuri, Alicia '11 


Boyertown, PA 


Minin, Maksim '12 

First-Year Student 


Elizabethtown, PA 


McManus, Kathleen '11 


Biology 


Miller, Ashley '12 


Lititz, PA 


Montfort, Megan '11 


Modern Languages - Japanese 


Pottsville, PA 


First-Year Student 




Modern Languages - Japanese 


Lancaster, PA 






Mink, Danielle '12 






Merk, Catherine '12 


Miller, Bridgett '10 


First-Year Student 


Moon, Amelia '11 


McMaster, Ashley '09 


First-Year Student 


Modern Languages - Japanese 


Crownsville, MD 


Sociology-Anthropology 


Business Administration - Mgm 


Media, PA 


Red Lion, PA 




Mequon, Wl 


Sewickley, PA 






Minka, Paige '11 






Merusi, Sarah '10 


Miller, Casey '10 


Environmental Science 


Moore, Julie '10 


McMichael, Nicholas '12 


Modern Languages - French 


Biology - Premedicine 


Avondale, PA 


Business Admin. - Marketing 


First- Year Student 


Montague, NJ 


Harrisburg, PA 




Baltimore, MD 


New Cumberland, PA 






Minori, Cristen '11 






Messina, Francis '09 


Miller, Chelsie '12 


Elementary Education 


Moore, Shannon '11 


McMullin, Caroline '11 


Industrial Engineering Mgnit. 


First-Year Student 


Shamokin Dam, PA 


Psychology 


Accounting 


Philadelphia, PA 


Wells Tannery, PA 




Gettysburg, PA 


Chelmsford, MA 






Minter, Ezra '12 






Metcalf, Autumn '10 


Miller, Christine '09 


First-Year Student 


Morgan, Amanda '09 


McNaughton, Meghan '10 


Communications ■ Corporate Com. Information Systems 


Altoona, PA 


Actuarial Science 


Political Science 


Catonsville, MD 


Newburgh, NY 




Harrisburg, PA 


Harrisburg, PA 






Mitchell, Chelsea '12 






Metz, Brandon '09 


Miller, Christine '09 


First-Year Student 


Morgan, Ashton '12 


McNeel, Kirk '09 


Mathematics - Pure Mathematics 


Religions Studies - Ministry Stud 


es New Lisbon, NJ 


First-Year Student 


English - Literature 


Dillsburg, PA 






Reading, PA 


Walkersville, MD 




Miller, Christopher '12 


Mitchell, Lucas '10 






Metz, Bryan '11 


First- Year Student 


Business Administration 


Morgan, Erika '12 


McNeill, Meghan '12 


International Business 


Lebanon, PA 


Lititz, PA 


First-Year Student 


First-Year Student 


Hummelstown, PA 


Miller, Colby '12 


Mitchell, Zachary '12 


Collegeville, PA 


McNicholas, Elissa '12 


Metz, Evan '09 


First-Year Student 


First-Year Student 


Morgan, Rebecca '11 


First-Year Student 


Engineering 3+2 


Oak Hill, VA 




Fine Arts 


Glenolden, PA 


Doylestown, PA 


Miller, Jamie 12 


Mitsch, Justin '10 
Chemistry 


Salisbury, MD 


McQuaide, Caitlin '12 


Michael, Danielle '12 


First-Year Student 


North HilK, PA 


Morgan, Robyn '09 


First-Year Student 


First-Year Student 


Malvern, PA 




Business Administration - Mgmt 


New London Township, PA 


Shippensburg, PA 




Moatz, Rachel '09 


Medford, NJ 






Miller, Jena '11 


International Business - Marketing 


Meade, Katherine '11 


Michel, Elizabeth '12 


Health & Occupation 


West Lawn, PA 


Morgan, Samantha '11 


Biology 


First-Year Student 


Elizabethville, PA 




Social Studies Education 


Lebanon, PA 


Collegeville, PA 


Miller, Jessica '11 


Modge, Julie '11 
/ lementary Education 


Macungie, PA 


Meagher, Kathryn '12 




Elementary Education 


Glenolden, PA 


Morgret, Jesse '09 


First-Year Student 




Pottstown, PA 




Social Work 

New Enterprise, PA 



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Vlorrisette, Amanda '09 


\lummau, Brian 09 


:'.'(.■ 


Business Administration <CCE) 




Harrisburg, PA 


Vlorrison, Coty '11 




topics 


Munnelly, James '09 


Jamesv.lle. PA 


Political Science 




l><>\ lestown, PA 


Vlorrissey, Jamie '12 




%st-Yeai Student 


Muno/, Ruben '12 


fcrtown PA 


Firs! Yeat Student 




Silver Spring MD 


Vlortensen, Samantha '09 




3ementary Ed Special Education Murphy, Duncan '12 


toilless Hills, PA 


FirsJ Von - 




LansdaIe,PA 


Mortimer, Amy 11 




mitcided/Ui 


Murphy, Mallory '11 


tooodbury, \! 


Business Admin. - Marketing 




Pottsville, PA 


Vloss, Michael '09 




IVriring 


Murphy, Terra '10 


Bdia PA 


Health & Occupation 




Wil.md. PA 


Vlotika, Stephen 12 




fast-Ycai Student 


Murray, Rebecca 09 


fiutztown, PA 


Psychology 




Yardley. PA 


Vlowery, Abby '09 




upation 


Musyt, Stephanie '11 


. n. PA 


Health & Occupation 




Annapolis, MD 


Vloyer, Courtney '09 




■cnotogy 


Muzzo, Paul 12 


-Jal.t.!x PA 


First-Year Student 




Don ningtoun, PA 


Vloyer, Danielle '12 




Student 


Myers, Brittany '12 


toresi Hill MD 


Firsl Year Student 




Chesapeake City, MD 


Vloyer, Kasie '12 




first-Year Student 


Myers, Matthew 11 


Em\MD 


Biochemistry 




IVnnsburg, PA 


Vloyer, Laura '09 




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[cwisburg, P \ 




klu BingyelO 




Business Marketing Nakagawa, Kenneth '12 


Joylestown, PA 


Firsl- Year Student 




1 itit/, PA 


Mull, \licia'09 




■.,1'ation 


Napoli, Anthony '09 


n \l 


H:ismt-s< Administration - Fmm 






Vlullen, Emily 12 




Student 


Naradko, Holly 12 


fcroudsburg P \ 


■ »tud,-nt 


vtullen. lottery '09 


N.iliv idad. Monica 11 




Business Administration 


Mulligan, Patrick 12 


Nebbia, Morgan '11 


■- •.'<,(<•>!( 


History 


toddletown PA 


ADentown \l 


Bnhraney, Man 12 


Neiheiser, Derek 12 


^•:. ./<•>!! 


F irst-Ycm Student 


erikintown, PA 


Werners* ill.-. PA 






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Neill, Alyssa 12 


Noon, Brenna '10 


Obold, Daniel '12 


Opdyke, Nichole '10 


I'andolfino, Jessica '09 


Student 


I >, cupation 


Firs! YearStudeni 


/ lementary Ed Behavior Mgml 


Sociology tothropology 


New Milfbrd ( 1 


Wyomissing, PA 


Birdsboro PA 


Frenchtown, \l 


fori PA 


Nelson, Hilary '09 


Nordyke, Katlin '12 


O'Boyle, Allison '12 


Opperman, Britt 09 


Pangrazi, Michael '11 


Communications - Mass Com. 


/ rrsl Yeat Student 


Student 


Psychology 


Mathematics 


[ igonier, I 1 \ 


Monrovia, MD 


Frederick, MD 


I lizabethtowm, PA 


Fleetwood, PA 


Nelson, Kristen '12 


Norman, Sara '10 


O'Brien, Kelly '10 


Orlando, Matthew '12 


Panish, Robert '10 


Student 


History 


Healths 1 kcupation 


Ftrsl Yeat Student 


Chemistry 


Voorhees, NJ 


Narvon, PA 


Wesl ( hester, PA 


Wyomissing, PA 


Norristown, P \ 


Nelson, Michael '10 


Northrop, Peter '11 


O'Brien, Kristen '11 


Omdorf, Karen '09 


Pankowicz, Francis '11 


Biology 


Biology 


Health & Occupation 


/ lementary Ed- 1 arly Childhood 


Bio let huology 


Voorhees, NJ 


1 [atfield, PA 


Westminster, MD 


North East, MD 


Oxford, PA 


Nelson, Seth '11 


Northway, Molly '11 


O'Connell, Michael' 11 


Ortiz, Rosa 10 


Pape, Ian 10 


Social Studies Education 


Health & Occupation 


Communications 


Social Work 


Theatre 


Marietta, PA 


Cumberland, ME 


Berwyn, PA 


Lititz, PA 


Columbia, PA 


Neugebauer, Kayne '11 


Norton, Tyler '12 


O'Connor, Catherine '09 


Osbom, Brian '11 


Paporeilo, Kristen '09 


Music Education 


First-Year Student 


Biology - Allied Health 


Business Administration 


Elementary 1 ,1 Spaial 1 dm 


Matamoras, PA 


Pittsgrove, NJ 


Newtown, CT 


Sayre, PA 


Newton, NJ 


Neumann, Sara '12 


Nort, Denise '10 


O'Connor, Krysta '12 


Oswald, Christopher '11 


Parady, Brielle '11 


First-Year Student 


Elementary Education 


First-Year Student 


Engineering 3+2 


Mathaiuitu* - Applied Mil'un: 




Manchester, MD 


Walnutport, PA 


Philadelphia, PA 


Hamilton, N| 


Nevill, Carly '09 










Elementary Education 


Nowotarski, Andrew '09 


O'Dowd, Spencer '11 


Ott, Lauren '11 


Paranto, Alyssa '11 


Coopersburg, PA 


Computer Science 


Theatre 


Health & Occupation 


Health & Occupation 






Methuen, MA 


Lancaster, PA 


Thorofare, N] 


Nevill, Terrence '11 


Nygren, Linnea '10 








Communications 


Elementary Education 


O'Hara, Katelyn '09 


m 


1 Parker, Kathryn '10 


Coopersburg, PA 


New Hartford, CT 


Social Work 


1 International Business 




Nyman, Lisa '11 


Philadelphia, PA 




| Gibsonia, PA 


Neville, Mikael '09 






Business Admin. - Marketing 


Psychology 


Ohrum, Tristan '11 


Pacella, David '11 


Parker, Leslie '12 




South Glastonbury, CT 


Political Science 


Business Administration 


First- Year Student 


Nevitt, Leigh '12 




Carlisle, PA 


Sinking Spring, PA 




First-Year Student 








Parker, Sedrick '12 


Middlesex, NJ 


Rfli 


Olsavick, Katelynn '10 


Pagano, Alexandra '09 


First-Year Student 




Musk Education 


Chemistry 


Harrisburg, PA 


Newman, Michael '12 




Hollidaysburg, PA 


Cherry Hill, NJ 




First-Year Student 


Oaddams, Brianna '12 






Parkes, Jessica '09 


Lititz, PA 


First- Year Student 


Olson, Melissa '11 


Pagano, Elizabeth '11 


Health & Occupation 




Wilmington, DE 


Political Science 


Actuarial Science 


Macungie, PA 


Newton, Christian '12 




Monroe, CT 


Cherry Hill, NJ 




Student 


Oberg, Allison '12 






Parman, Kaylyn '09 


Pottsville, PA 


I irst Yeat Student 


O'Neill, Ashley '10 


Page, Rebecca '12 


Elementary Ed ■ Sp 




Westmont, N| 


Elementary Education 


First-Year Student 


Abbottstowm, PA 


Newton, William '12 




Conshohocken, PA 


Bristol PA 




First-Year Student 


Oberly, Matthew '11 






Parr, Elaine '12 


Dauphin, PA 


Social Studies Education 


O'Neill, Craig '10 


Pagut, Thomas '11 


First-Year Student 




Stevens, PA 


Psychology 


/ ngineering 


Washington, DC 


Nguyen, Anh '09 




Roslyn, PA 


Freehold, NJ 




International Business - AccountingObeneifhet, Karin '12 






Parr, Ellen '10 


New York, NY 


Frrsi Yeai Student 


O'Neill, Gabrielle '09 


Palmer, Amanda '10 


Biology -Allied Health 




Wayne, PA 


Sot ial Work 


Modern languages Spanish 


Columbia, MD 


Nguyen, Hang '12 




St. Davids, PA 


Nazareth. PA 




First-Year Student 


Obetz, Colin '12 






Parrish, Andrew '12 


New York, N\ 


First Year Student 


O'Neill, Maurice '11 


I'almieri, )eanna '10 


/ irsl )car Student 




Lancaster, PA 


English Professional Writing 


Health 6 1 kcupation 


Downingtown, PA 


Niederhaus, August '10 




ElkinsPark, PA 


Point Pleasant, NJ 




English Professional Writing 


Obetz, Neil '12 






Patel, Bhavin '09 


Souderton, PA 


/ it : n at Student 


O'Neill, Sean '12 


Pandl, Maxwell '10 


Computer Engineering 




1 ancaster, PA 


//is/ Yeat Student 


Business Admin Marketing 




Niles, Christopher '12 






1 mmaus,PA 


Patrick, Jill 12 


Student 




Ontiveros, Leigh '10 




Firsl Veai Sfudenf 


Warrington, PA 




Uimi Therapy 




Pitman, NJ 



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Peterson, lenniter 
Psychology 
Medfbrd N] 



Plasket, Michael '11 Provence, Daniel 10 

/ iiylis/i Professional IVritmy, English Education 
U'onu-Kdorl I 'A Brookh.mn PA 



Rajakaruna, Suren '09 

Biotechnology 
Ratmalana, Sri Lanka 



•atric k, sheila '09 Peterson, Steven '09 

i>s Uirim (ins /nfti Sv-Ii-his .•liTUIIHtlllj; 

■ml [oy, PA I ebanon, PA 



Plunkeft, Samantha 11 
Actuarial 5 
Stewartstown, PA 



Prowell, Ashley '11 
International Business 



Ramage, Megan '10 
Occupation 
Hockessin, DE 



Petrides, Anna 12 
Ftrsl Year Student 
Stroudsburg PA 



Poletto, Alexander '09 

\,lmini^lration - A f v'i 



Psitos, Kristina '10 Ramos, Christopher 1 1 

Elementary Ed Special Educat neering 

WallingfbrcLPA I iki I G awatha, \| 



Petruccy, Amber 12 Ponzio, Mary '09 Pucilowski, Marisha '09 Ramos, TaLisa '11 

Student Elementary Ed ■ Special Education /iimh," Administration Mgmt Social Work 

[oppa,MD Sevvell, \l Mullu.i Hill \l Reading, PA 



Pettersson, Caroline '09 
International Business Mg 
East Windsor, NJ 



Poplar, Brighid '11 
Health & i \t upation 
Lancaster, PA 



Pu//o, John '12 
/ irsl Year Student 
Avon, CT 



Rapp. Maurice '09 
Political Science 
Bangor, PA 



Pflugh, Erin '09 
Sewickley, PA 



Poppe, Alexander '12 
First-Year Student 
I )ow ningtovi n, PA 



Rapp, Samantha '10 
Business 1 1 



■ Com. Phillips, Autumn ' 
First-Year Student 
Waynesboro, PA 



Porcaro, Alexa '12 
First-Year Student 
Shoemakers* ille, PA 



Quarant, Megan '11 

Elementary Education 
North Babylon, NY 



Rashid, Muhammad 12 

Student 
New Oxford, PA 



Hen, Brittany '09 

nonal Writing 
Knhemv PA 



Phillips, Brittany '11 

Communication^ 
Hampstead, MD 

Phillips, Christina '12 

Student 
Philadelphia. PA 

Phillips, Samantha 11 
English - Professional Writing 
Mount Laurel. N| 

Piaskowski, Brenda '11 
Health b Occupation 

Pierce, Kelly 10 

Elementary Education 

Wernersville, PA 

Piersol, \llison 11 
Business Administration 
i [versan PA 

Pincknes.Caitlin'09 

Elementary Ed special Education 

Pinckney, Megan '11 

Business Administration 

Sharon ( l 

Pinto Michael 11 

/ nglish Education 

Pizzato, lacqueline '10 
Business Administration ■ Finance 
Biglervilk PA 

Planfr, Austin 11 

lies- Education 
Mechankaburg, PA 



Porter, Madeline '12 

First-Year Student 
Wilmington, DE 

Potter, Joanne '11 
Elementary Education 

Poulle, Sarah 12 

Student 

Wilmington I >1 

Powell, Stephen '11 

Accounting 

WrdtehalLPA 



Quick, Edward '10 
Indeclared 

Quigley, Brett '10 
Business Administration 
Hanisburg, PA 

Quigley, Laura '09 
Biology Premedicine 

Virdlev, PA 

Quinn, Edward '09 
Business Admin. - Marketing 
Hanover, PA 



Prager, Maxwell '11 Quinn, Megan '09 

Bus. Admin. - Enhtpreneurship Elementary Education 
Mt. Laurel. NJ Millersvule, PA 



Preston, Melissa '10 
Elemental:, I 



Preston, Tiffany '12 

Student 
Mercerville M 

Pretti, Amanda '11 

Elementary Education 
Everett MA 

Price Samanttu in 

'. .■.;>utK>ii 

Prince, Barbara 12 
Student 

SeafbrcLNn 

Pritchard, Meredith 09 

Communi 

Kennefl Square PA 



Quinque, Geoffrey '11 
Biochemistry 

Green Lane, PA 

Quisgard, Samantha 10 
Communications 

Baltimore. MP 



K.ittensp t Tv;er, \ndri\i 

Methanksburg, PA 

RahteS \llison'09 
■ medicine 
Goopersburg, PA 



Rasmussen, Kate '11 
Health & Occupation 
Princeton, \l 

Raudensky, Emily '12 
Student 

Cleona, PA 

Reade, Matthew '12 
First- Year student 
North Yarmouth. ML 

Reardon, Alexandra '12 

student 
Chadds Ford, PA 

Reardon, Allie '09 

Elementary Education 
Landisville. PA 

Reddinger, Sherri '11 

Hummelstowri PA 

Reddon, Timothy '09 

I Immistration Mgmt 
Downingtown PA 

Redles, Samantha 12 
I Student 

apersburg, PA 

Reed, Caitlin 10 
Business Ada 
Ephrata, PA 

Reese, Adam '11 

.' ducation 
Clenolden. PA 



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Reeve, Lyndsey '09 Rhoads, Rachel 10 

Bus. Admin. I ntrcprcncurshii' Bu-mi» Attnwuttration - f'n 
Tumersvillu. \| Carlisle, PA 



Regensburg, C hristophet '09 Rhoads, 7 homas '09 
Business Admin Marketing Business Admin. - Marketing 

Marlton, NJ Downingtown, PA 




Reichard, Jordan '12 
First-Year Student 
York, PA 

Reichert, Christopher '11 
Elementary Education 
Chester Springs, PA 

Reichert, Eric '12 

First-Year Student 
Hershey, PA 

Reigle, Kate '12 

First-Year Student 
Lewisburg, PA 



Rice, Matthew '12 

First-Year Student 
Bendersville, PA 

Rice, Michael'll 
International Business 
Elizabethtown, PA 

Rich, Sarah '09 
Theatre 
Denville, M 

Richard, Joanna '10 

Mathematics - Education 
Boyertown, PA 




Reinmiller, Thomas '09 
Biology - Premedicine 
Cranberry Township, PA 



Richards, Janet '09 

Biology 

Prospect Park, PA 



Reis, Logan '11 Richmond, Dana '12 

Business Administration - Finance First-Year Student 
Burnham, PA Bridgewater, NJ 



Reitz, Diana '09 

Mathematics - Education 
Sinking Spring, PA 

Reppucci, Charles '11 

Music Education 
Augusta, ME 



Ricker, Abbie '11 
Music 
Carlisle, PA 

Ridge, Jordan '11 
International Busines 
Downingtown, PA 



Retrura, Joseph '09 Righter, Jeffrey '12 

Business Administration - Mgmt. First-Year Student 
Armbrust, PA Lititz, PA 




Reynard, Stephanie '11 

Psychology 
Clear Spring, MD 

Reynolds, Adam '11 

Elementary Education 
Lancaster, PA 

Reynolds, Erin '10 

Biology - Allied Health 
Harrisburg, PA 

Rhoads, Alex '11 
Social Studies Education 
Shoemakersville, PA 

Rhoads, Eric '10 

Mathematics - Education 
Manheim, PA 

Rhoads, Heather '11 

Business Administration 



Riley, Lindsay '10 



Rimbey, Matthew '12 
First-Year Student 
Hazle Township, PA 

Risley, Alicia '11 

Modern Languages lapanese 

Ritchey, Amanda '11 
Undecided Undeclared 
Greencastle, PA 

Ritchey, Brendan '11 

Actuarial Science 
Roaring Spring, PA 

Rixham, Craig TO 

Information Systems 
Bel Air, MD 

Robbins, Laura '12 
First-Year Student 

Muncy, PA 



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Roberts, Jessica '11 


Romano, Megan 10 


Russell, Jessica '10 


Sangrey, Alisha '10 


Schaeffer, Brianna '12 




Mafhematii - / ducation 


Hu-ine— Administration 


Accounting 


Health 6 < Occupation 




[enkintown, PA 


Kennett Square, PA 


Columbia, PA 


York PA 


Roberts, lillian '09 










Bn-iMt~- Admin Marketing 


Rose, Rebecca '11 


Russo, lenna '09 


Santee, Katelyn '11 


Schaeffer, Keenan 10 


bmesville PA 


Elementary 1 




Music Therapy 


Elementary Education 




Fort Washington, PA 


Florham Park, \l 


Whitehall, PA 


York, PA 


Roberts, Kristin '10 










Elementary I J Special 1 ducalion Rosen, Christine '09 


Rutecki, John 12 


Sargent, Megan '09 


Schafer, David '12 


Irk, PA 


/ lealth 6 1 '< 


Ftrsi Year student 


Communications CorporateCom. First~Yeai student 




Permsauken \l 


Broomall, PA 


Palmerton, PA 


Belle Mead, \l 


Robertson, 1 leather 1 1 










Social Work 


Rosenau, Jared '09 


Ruzzo, Michael '10 


Sarver, Danielle 09 


Schaffer, Danielle '09 


Chatham. \l 


Business Admin Marketing 


Accounting 


Elementary Education 


Social WonV 




Ambler, PA 


Swarthmore, PA 


Levittown, PA 


Marmora, \l 


Robinson, Emily 12 










Student 


Rosser, Hayley 12 


Ryan, Dorothy '11 


Sauder, Abby GR 


Schaffer, Joshua '09 


Columbia, PA 


/ irst-Year Student 


studies Education 


Occupational Therapy 


Elementary Ed ■ Special Education 




Wilmington, DE 


Blue Bell, PA 


Manheim, PA 


Mecnarticsburg, PA 


Robinson, Monica 11 
English ■ Professional Writing 


Rosser, Timothy '12 










■ Sauerzopf, Kelly '12 


Schaffer, Philip '09 


Ek PA 






1 n Student 


Elementary Id special Education 


Robinson, Philip '10 


Wilmington, DE 




| Bethlehem, PA 


Marmora, \| 








Emerrng 


Rossi, Lauren '10 


Sabota, Margaret '10 


Saul, Rachel 12 


Schatz, Ezra '09 


lowningtowr PA 


Health & Occupation 


Music Education 


Firsr-Yfcar Student 


7Ti<>flfre 




Vston, PA 


Bridgeton, \'l 


Warminster, PA 


Elliottsburg, PA 


Robison, Gabriel 12 










student 


Roussel, Stephen '10 


Sailer, Alison '12 


Sauls, Andrew '12 


Scheid, Andrew 12 


i', PA 


Busine-s Administration 


First-Yeai Student 


First-Year Student 


Firsf-ifen student 




Reading, PA 


Lititz. PA 


Lehighton, PA 


Lititz, PA 


Roda, Christopher '10 










' '.irketmg 


Rowland, Shane '09 


Salazar, Megan '10 


Saunders, Shakir'll 


Scheurich, Kaitlin '12 


Maaatex . l'\ 


Business Administration - Finance Health & Occupation 


Business Administration 


First Yea student 




Douglassv ille. PA 


Willow Grove, PA 


Bethesda, MD 


Lancaster, PA 


Rodeheaver, Jade '10 










Elcmenlam 1 Rover, Megan '12 


Salisbury, Hope '11 


Savaliya, Sandipkumar 11 


Schiefer, Jennifer '10 


Hjl!i,1JI'\ 




Communications 


BioTechnology 


. Allied Health 






Mill Mall, PA 


Harrisburg, PA 


Warrington. PA 


Roderick, Katelyn 11 


Rub\. Kathryn'12 








Jndcadcd Undeclared 


First-Year Student 


Sallade, Katie '11 


Savitz, Cassandra '12 


Schimpf, Alyson '12 


Jot/ PA 


Washington, \1 


1 larnsburg, PA 


Firsi Year Student 
ritusville, PA 


Student 


Rodriguez, Christina 12 


Ruby, Michael '09 






Schlosser, Samuel '10 


Student 


Elementary i 


Salvers, Matthew '12 


Savoy, Katelyn' 10 


Religious S 


Voorluvs, M 


Bethel Park. PA 


English - Literature 
Chicora, PA 




Elizabeth* 


Roesler, Kaitlyn'll 


Ruhnke, Steven '09 






Schmidt, Dave '10 


Mush Therapy 


Criminal Justice 


Samolewicz, Jocelyn GR 


Saylor, Erin '09 


Engineering 




Tinton Falls. \| 


Occupational Therapy 
Reading, PA 


International Business 
Iphrata, PA 


Forest Hill, MP 


Rohland, Rachel '09 


Rulander, Dylan 09 






Schmidt, Marc 10 


Communication- ■ PuWk filiations Economics 


Sanchez, Dario '10 


Scannapieco, Jayci 12 


Accounting 




Russell, PA 


Business 
Euzabethtowri PA 


Student 
York, PA 


AUentown PA 


Rohrer, Jameson '10 


Ruoff, Melissa '11 






Schnarrs, Erika '12 


itenturt 


Business Administration 


Sanders, Emily 11 


Scantlebury, Kyra 12 


Student 


Kabethtown, PA 


Washington C rossing P \ 


Charnbersburg, PA 


First- Vem Student 
Landing \l 


Blairs Mills, PA 


Rolph, Melinda'10 


Rush, Nicole 12 






Schneider, Samantha '10 


Commur,;, 




Sandhaus, Sara '09 


Schaaf, Brian 11 




Columbia N] 




Commun 


Business Administration 


Horsham PA 




Rushton, Emma 12 


1 ancastei PA 


West Chester PA 




Romanik, Cara '10 








Schnoor, Stephen 12 




Shiewsbui] PA 


Sandifer, Kimberly '09 


Schaefer. Julia 12 


Student 


Honesdale PA 






• Student 


Mechanicsburg, PA 




Russell, Caitlin 10 


New Market MP 


Westminster MP 






International Business 









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Schoonmakei; l< 
Chambersburg, 1 



Senese, Christopher '1C 

Bie-iue^ Administration 
I eonardtown Ml I 



Shea, Connor '12 



Shumway, Kayla 10 



sychology 
ranklia M \ 



Smith, Chelsea '10 
Psychology 
Sunbury, l'\ 



Schowe, Heather 11 

\ tnunistration 
Wilmington, DE 



Senkler, Daniel '11 Shea, Elizabeth '12 

Rii-im--- \dmnustralion - I iname I ir-l-Year Student 
Orlando,Fl VmherstNY 



Shute, Joseph '12 
First Year Student 
Doylestown, PA 



Smith, Jamie '09 
Communications Public RelatiaM 
Wenonah, \| 



Schreffler, Sara 09 
I ewisbeny, PA 



Sentell, )essica '12 
Frrsi Year Student 
I anghome, PA 



Shea, Patrick '12 
First-%ar Student 
ChaddsFord,PA 



Sibley, Samantha 11 
International Business 

kimberton, PA 



Smith, Kevin '10 
i ommunii 
Dillsburg, PA 



Schubert, Caitlin 09 Serino, Stephen '10 

Intel national Business \ Uirketiug Business Admin. - Econoi 
Easton, PA 

Schultz, Stephany '09 

\ l,i//u-iM.i(!i - Applied A liir/ii'Hiiilics Serpico, Christy '09 
Sociology Anthropology 



Schultze, Danielle 12 
First- Year Student 

Westminster, MD 

Schware, Kelsey '10 
Social Studies Education 
Newmanstown, PA 

Schwetz, Jonathan '10 
Engineering 

New Holland, PA 

Scott, Erin 10 
Business Administration 

West Chester, PA 

Scott, Jaclyn '09 
Biology - Premedit me 
Castleton on Hudson, NY 

Sebastian, Julie '12 
First-Year Student 

Brcximall, PA 

Sedlak, Amanda '10 
Health & Occupation 
Flemington, NJ 

Sedney, Claire '12 
First-Year Student 

Forest Hill, MD 

Sefcik, Meredith 11 
Elementary Education 
Dickson City, PA 

Seldner, Elliot '10 
/ nglish - Literature 
Wallingford, CT 

Selleck, Lauren '11 

\diniuislratkm 
SewkkleyPA 

Semanek, Thomas '09 
Business Administration I main 
Swoyersville, PA 

SementcIIi, Sara '10 
Social Studies Education 
Newport, PA 

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Service, Paige '11 
Biology 
Mount [oy, PA 

Sestito, Annette '10 
Sociology-Anthropology 

Thorofare, NJ 

Sether, Lisa '09 
Biology 

Garden City, NY 

Seymour, Kelly '12 

First-Year Student 
Kingsville, MD 

Shaak, Amanda '09 

Communications - Marketing 
deona, PA 

Shaiken, Katharine '12 

Fir^tAear Student 
Storrs Mansfield, CT 

Shambach, Alexander '12 
First-Year Student 

New Berlin, PA 

Shanely, Derek '10 
Accounting 

Shank, Amanda '12 
/ frst Year Student 

York, PA 

Shank, Vincent '09 
Criminal Justice 
Hershey, PA 

Sharp, Deron '10 
History 

Millville, NJ 



Shedlock, Gregory '12 



Sheehan, Joseph '12 
First-Year Student 

Runnemede, NJ 

Sheehan, Sean '12 
First-Year Student 
Phoenix, MD 

Sheibley, Adam '09 
Criminal Justice 
Landisburg, PA 

Shelton, Melanie '12 
First-Year Student 
Glen Burnie, MD 

Shenk,Leah'10 

International Business 
New Park, PA 

Sheppard, Christina '10 
Elementary Education 
Millville, NJ 

Sherick, Stephanie 12 
Undecided/Undeclared 

Manheim, PA 

Sheridan, Matthew '09 
Political Science 

Shields, Michael '12 

First-Year Student 
Schwenksville, PA 

Shimada, Kazuko ND 

Tokyo, Japan 

Shoup, Katlin'll 
Elementary I ducation 
Shohola, PA 



Social Studies / ducation 

Sunbury, PA 



Sharpe, Elisabeth '12 Shughart, Nathan 

• First-Year Student Music Education 

I gg I [arbor I, .unship, NJ BarnesvUle, PA 



Shatto, Sarah '10 
New C umberlano, PA 
& Clubs 



Shuleski, Steven '10 
Mathematics I ducatio, 
Boiling Springs, PA 



Sides, Andrew 12 



Sieber, Liesl '12 

First-Year Student 
Lancaster, PA 

Silver, Daniel '12 

/ irst-Year Student 
Bethlehem, PA 



Smith, Kortni '1 
Elementary I duca 

I lannver. P \ 

Smith, Kurt '09 
Social Studies Edu 

York, PA 



Smith, Nathan '11 
Sociology- Anthropology 
Wrightsville, PA 



Simmons, Dana '09 Smith, Sarah '1 1 

International Business - Marketing Business Administration 
Flourtown,PA Effort, PA 



Simpson, Jennifer '12 
h^t Year Student 

M.irtinsbure, WV 



Smith, Stephanie 12 



Sinclair, Shannon '09 Snavely, Melinda '09 

/ lemenlai u Ed - Speeial Education English Education 
Philadelphia, PA Manheim, PA 



Sinha, Ayusa '12 
First-Year Student 

Chalfont, PA 

Sinn, Bethany '12 

First-Year Student 

Plymouth, MA 

Sisbarro, Ryan '12 
Firs! Yeat Student 
Utitz, PA 

Slade, Katelyn '12 
First-Year Student 

Westminster, MD 

Slifko, Heather '12 
First-Year Student 
Hamilton, NJ 

Smedman, Kevin '10 

Social Work 

Fori Montgomery, Ni 

Smith, Amy '10 

International Business 
Miller Place, NY 

Smith, Caitlin 10 
Biology - Allied I lealth 
Haddonfield, NJ 



Snell, Kristin '11 

Modern Languages Spam-h 
Coopersburg, PA 

Snook, Kassandra '12 
First-liar Student 
WUliamsport, PA 

Snow, Gregory '09 



Snyder, Jessica '09 

Busmen \dmiiiislratioii Mgmt. 
Steelton PA 

Snyder, Jillian '10 
Health & Occupation 

Northumberland, PA 

Snyder, Kaitlyn '11 
Biology - Premedicine 



Snyder, Karyn '09 

Elementary Id - Early Childhood 
Poolesville, MD 

Snyder, Kayla '10 
Health 6 Oct upation 

Harrisburg, PA 



Snyder, Sean '12 


Staab, Kellie '10 


Fir^t Yeai Student 


Health;- Occupation 


• m, DE 


Marble, PA 


Sodomin, Elizabeth ll 


Stadel, Stade 11 




/iu-mi—- Admnunlratiim 


■ford PA 


I andisville,PA 


Soltis, Ashley 10 


Stahl, Kathryn '09 




Idhood 


Summers, liritt.ini 12 


Stailey, David '12 


rir-t Yetn Student 


Fnsl Year Student 


Mounl |oj PA 


York, PA 


Solo, karen '12 


Stamatopoulos, kimberly '09 


tfrsl Yetn Student 


Psyi In 


best Grove, OR 


Hazleton, PA 


Sowers, Christine '09 


Stamatopoulos, Stefanie '09 


. ;,;/ / ,/mii/h'M Accounting 


Blue Hell PA 


Hazleton PA 


Sp.idin, Gavin '11 


Stamper, Karaline '12 


fcysics 


Student 


fbolesville MD 


Santee, < \ 


Spangler, Heather '12 


Stango, Aimee'll 




Undecided Undeclared 


Lewisbui 


Westminster, MA 


Spano, Maria 10 


Stanley, Allisen 09 


S< ience 


Health & Occupation 


RuffsDale PA 


Bear. DE 


Sparkes, Lauren '12 


Stannert, Brant 12 


Student 


1 ir-i Year Student 


Hrdsboro, PA 


Enola, PA 


Speicher, Keri '10 


Stanzione, Emily '09 






Erfr Bellmore,NY 






Starkey, Elizabeth 12 


Speiden, Russell '12 


■ Student 




Westmii 


fcookeville, MD 






Starsinic, Lucas '12 


Spelfogel, David 11 


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Political Philosophy & Legal <nul:c* 1 larrisbi 
Needham, M \ 

Stauffer, Adam 10 
Spitzcr, Leighanne'10 History 

iJ Education Manheim, PA 

Staulters, Keith 10 
Sprague, Amanda 12 Communications 

Student BallstonSpa W 

fltor \1 

steianidcs, Nicholas '10 
kilo. Shaken '09 History 

ml Bus Accounting I aston, PA 
Holmes PA 

Steffy, Elizabeth 10 
St. Pierre, Nicole ' 1 2 Elementary Ed Early Childhood 

Student Millington, MD 

M> 

Stehr, Jarret 09 
Elementary Education 
York, PA 




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Stein, Matthew '09 Subasic, Maja '10 

I lenientarii I d Special / duuition Soaolofu Anthropologic 

l awrenceville, \l I eola PA 



Steiner, Michael 10 Sulik, Stephanie '09 

Business Administration - Mgmt. Elementary Ed - Special Educatidt 

Greensburg, PA Monroe, CT 






Steinsberger, Julia '11 


Sullivan, Rachel'll 


Alien Therapy 


Health & Occupation 


Waldorf, MD 


Hollidaysburg, PA 


Stepp, Timothy '10 


Summers, Lindsey '12 


Computer Engineering 


/ irsi Year Student 


Harrisburg, PA 


Linrhicum, Ml) 


Stern, Alexandra '12 


Summerson, Doug '10 


First-Year Student 


Actuarial Science 


Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 


York, PA 


Stitt, Andrew '12 


Sutton, Sarah '11 


First-Year Student 


Psychology 


Easton, PA 


\v\\ Kgypt, NJ 


Stokes, Graham '09 


Swarr, Emily '10 


Tlieatre 


Elementary Education 


Exeter, RI 


Manheim, PA 


Stolar, Brandon '10 


Sweeney, Ashley '09 


International Business 


Political Science 


Millville, NJ 


Moscow, PA 


Stone, Erin 11 


Sweeney, Michael '10 


BioTechnology 


English Education 




Belcamp. MD 


Stone, Stephanie '09 




En^Iifh Education 


Sweger, Christina '10 


1 lizabethtown, PA 


Elementary Ed - Special / ducation 




Harrisburg, PA 


Stoops, Ashley '12 




First-Year Student 


Swigert, Kelly '11 


East Prospect, PA 


Psychology 




Mouni Holly Springs, PA 


Strohecker, Sarah '12 




First- Year Student 


Szybist, Janie '12 


Hatboro, PA 


First-Year Student 




Ellicott City, MD 


Strohman, Megan '11 




/ lementary I ducation 


■■■ 


Lebanon, PA 




Stromoski, Maggie '11 


*^^^^^^^ — 


Modem I i»iv'"V-'- lapane-e 


Taddonio, Kristen '09 




.' ducation 


Strulson, Christopher '09 


Norristown, PA 


Biochemistry 




■^.irLllc\. PA 


Talley, Krystal '12 




Firsl YearStudent 


Strulson, Julie 12 


Waldorf, MD 


Firsl fen Student 




Yardley.PA 


Tamny, Montana '11 




Sot ial Work 


Strunk, Kaitlin '12 


Red Lion, PA 


Firsl YearStudent 




\l.'i!/l,.\vn, PA 


Tanner, Paige '10 




Communications 


Sturm, Melanie '12 


Waynesboro. PA 


/ irst-Yeai Student 




Willi.imsport, PA 





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larr, lennifer '09 


Tobin, Karen '12 


Trudeau, Joseph '10 


L'nal, Donalee '09 


Viguers, Lauren 12 


Communication* - Ma-- Com 


Accounting 






Student 


Coatesville, PA 


Reading, PA 


Rutland, VT 


Hummelstown, PA 


1 Uiottsburg, PA 


Tale, Kelly '09 


Toby, Corey '11 


Tschop, Michael '10 


Urban, Justin '09 


Vinagro, Matthew '10 






Musii , : 


Bus Admin. ■ Bus Into Systems 


Business Administration 


Somerdale, \l 


Norwalk,CT 


Dingmans Fern PA 


Downingtown PA 


Fredericksburg, VA 


Taylor, Caitlin '11 


Toczylowski, Ashley '10 


Tuck, Porter '11 


Usefof, Stephanie '09 


Vinciguerra, Elizabeth '12 


Utnlct ultii Undeclared 


Business Administration 


Business Administration 


" medicine 


Student 


parkesburg PA 


Dupant, PA 


West Windsor. NJ 


I >am .lie, PA 


Alburns, PA 


Taylor, Gina II 


Toland, Benjamin '11 


locker, Neena'09 


Ushiroku, Mao ND 


Vogel.Mark 11 




Elementary Education 


Psychology 


Sapporo, Japan 


Business Administration 


Hikes Bane, PA 


Mount t. .lrmel, PA 


Tuggle, April '11 




Landisville, PA 






Tellis,John'12 


Tompkins, Kerri '11 


First Year Student 




1 Vogel, Tiffany '10 


Student 
■Ustown, PA 


- Allied Health 

SeweH ni 


raneytown, MD 




1 | Anthropology 




Annville, PA 






Turczynski, Natasha '12 


Vaine, Amanda '12 




Teran, Nicole '09 


Tooley, Meghan 10 


Biology - Premedicme 


First-Year Student 


Von Funk, Rebecca 09 


1 ducatkm 


Criminal Justice 


Wemersville, PA 


Winchester NH 


Mathematics - Applied Mathematics 




Bedford Hills, Ni 


Turner, Jameelia '11 


Vajdic, Caitlin 12 


Kutztown, PA 


Terranova, Laura '12 


Torre, Michael '10 


Business Administration 


Student 


Vukancic, Danijel '10 


Student 


Biology 


Silver Spring, MD 


Palmyra, PA 


International Bus. - Bus Inform Sys 


WestChester PA 


MedforeLNJ 


Turnock, Kayla '09 


Van, Linh 12 


Mechanicsburg, PA 


Thaler, Megan '10 


Torresani, Matthew '10 


Environmental Science 


first-Year Student 


F**"a^B 


Ihsh 


Studies Education 


West Chester, PA 


Hanoi, Vietnam 


Lm'^a^B 


BlicottCity MD 


Horsham, PA 


Turpin, Melissa '10 


van den Ende, Jonathan ND 


kdh^^^^M 


Thim, Lauren '11 


Tracey, Amanda '12 


International Business 


Amsterdam, The Netherlands 


Waddington, Brittany 11 


Communications 


■ Student 


MUlsboro 1 >1 




Biology -Allied Health 


ntstown, PA 


Hanovet PA 




VanDenHengel, Megan '10 


1 lorsham, PA 






Tursi, Emily '09 


Elementary Ed - Special Education 


Thompson, Michael '12 


Travers, Brooke '10 


International Business - MantenngMecharucsburg, PA 


Wadell, Dylan '12 


Student 




Medfbrd, NJ 




Student 


■Brick, Ni 






Vanderpool, Andrew '12 


Parkside, PA 




Triner, Nicole '12 


Turzai, Shawn '11 


Student 




Thorn, Rachael '12 


■ Student 


Environmental Science 


Monroeton, PA 


Waetke, Jessica '11 


Student 


Churdwille PA 


Qizabethtown, PA 




Elementary Education 


lama-ter PA 






VanderWerff, Jeanette '09 


EdgewaterPark,NJ 




Triner, Stephanie '09 


Twigg, Shannon '10 


Social Work 




Thornton, Candice '10 


Biology - Prtmedidne 




West Chester, PA 


Wagenblast, Nicole 09 


imcsrrarion 


ChurchvUle, PA 


Audubon, NI 




Political 5 


fertDeposil MD 






Vanncnun, Kelly '09 


Plainsboro, NI 




Trone, Abbie '09 


Tyrie, Sean '10 


/ tealth & Occupation 




Thornton. Paige '12 


Political S 


Business Admin. - Accounting 


--. ille, PA 


Wagenseller, Nicholas '10 


Student 


Ispers P \ 


Kmgsvule,MD 




Philosophy - Humanities 


■ MD 






Vansant, Kylee 09 


Westport, CT 




Trotter, Jacqueline '09 


Tyson, Amanda 12 






Ihreatts. Natasha 09 


1 1 upahon 


Post Year Student 


Hockessin, DE 


Wagner, Andrew '09 






East Earl PA 




Business Administration 


Camden Wyoming, Dl 


Troutman, Kent '09 




Varner, Kathrvn 11 


Bel \.t MD 




1 




Tileslon, David '10 


1 itenture 




1 Bushkill. PA 


Wagner, Michael 09 


mguages - Japanese 
bk PA 


lonestown PA 






Biology ■ Pn 




Venet, tndrew 12 


Allen tow 




Troutman, Maggie '12 


Ulrich. Emilv 12 


First-Year Student 




Timnev Meghann 11 






Mechanicsburg, PA 


Waldron, Allison 10 




Newport PA 


Baltimore MD 




Communications - Corp Media 


Middle!.-.-. 






Venturella, Elyse 09 


York Springs, PA 




Trovato, Beth 12 


Umberger, Brian 09 






Tjaden, C hristopher 12 


Student 


Compub ■ 


Palmyra PA 


Walidu/zaman. khandakar 11 


Student 


Manheiin PA 






Dhaka. Bandladesh 


Wilmington DE 




Lmstead, Leah '10 
Business Administration 
Lebanon PA 


Vemaci, Steven '09 
Doylestown PA 





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Walker, Andrew 10 


Weaver, Kelsey '12 


Wentz, Ruth 12 


Wieland, Kaitlyn '09 


Wingard, Catherine '10 


Elementary Education 


First-Yeai Student 


First-Year Student 


Biology Premedicine 


Mathematics - Education 


1 mmaus, P \ 


1 .ill-ton. Ml > 


Denver, PA 


Wyomissing, PA 


York, PA 


Walker, Brok ' 10 


Weaver, Matthew '11 


Wentzel, Stephanie '12 


Wieman, Sarah '12 


Wingrove, Samantha '12 




Actuarial Science 


Firsl YearStudent 


Firsl Yew Student 


Firsl -Yem Student 


Red 1 ion, PA 


York, PA 


Lancaster, PA 


Fort Washington, PA 


Nottingham, MD 


Wall, Kelly '10 


Weaver, Valerie '12 


Wertz, Barry '09 


Wienches, Kimberly '09 


Winter, Amanda '09 




Firsl Yeai Student 


I'imii'- Administration (CCE) 


Intel national Business 


Mathemath s 


Washington, PA 


Weber, Aaron '10 


Elizabethtown, PA 


Hazleton, PA 


East Prospect, PA 


Wallis, Kristen 12 


Accounting 


Wesley, Adrienne '10 


Wigoda, Nikita '12 


Wirfel, Marisa '09 


Firsl YearStudent 


Lititz, PA 


Elementary Ed - Early Childhoot 


First-Year Student 


Political Science 


Bedford, NH 


Weber, Erik '12 


Baltimore, MD 


Saint Clair, PA 


Mechanicsburg, PA 


Walmer, Alexandra 11 


First-Year Student 


Westcott, Katrina '12 


Wilczek, Stephen '12 


Wisner, Rebecca '12 


Elementary Education 


Mohnton, PA 


First-Year Student 


Firsi Year Student 


First-Year Student 


Hershey, PA 


Weber, Kerry '11 


Hanover, PA 


Joppa, MD 


Keymar, MD 


Walmer, Megan '11 


/ ngmeering 


Westman, Jacqueline '11 


Wildasin, Amy '09 


Wisniewski, John '09 


Business Administration 


Saylorsburg, PA 


Engineering 


Business Admin - Maikctint 


Criminal Justice 


Myerstown, PA 


Weber, Mark '12 


Windsor, CT 


Spring Grove, PA 


Elizabethtown, PA 


Walsh, Kaitlyn '11 


First-Year Student 


Wetzel, Nicholas '10 


Will, Kristi '10 


Wisz, Meredith '10 


English - Literature 


Tinton Falls, NJ 


Chemistry Education 


Elementary Education 


Health & Occupation 


New York,NY 


Weeks, Lisa '10 


Warrington, PA 


Deptford, NJ 


Garfield, NJ 


Wambaugh, Taylor '12 


Health & ( Occupation 


Weyant, Melanie '11 


Williams, Blair '11 


Withelder, Noelle '09 


First-Year Student 


Mount Joy, PA 


Political Science 


Hishvy 


Communications - Corporate Com. 


Hellam, PA 


Weems, Megan '09 


Bel Air, MD 


Manchester Ctr., VT 


Witkovsky, Rachel 10 


Warner, Jennifer '12 


Social Studies Education 


Whetham, Eric '10 


Williams, Brittany '10 


Tlieatre 


First-Year Student 


Prince Frederick, MD 


Business Administration 


Fine Arts 




Red Lion, PA 


Weida, Rebecca '11 


Wilmington, DE 


Mount Joy, PA 


Witmer, Shauna '09 
Health & Occupation 


Warner, Justin '11 


Elementary Education 


Whitcomb, Bradley '09 


Williams, Brooke '10 


Millersburg, PA 


Chemistry 


Perkasie, PA 


Business Administration - Mgm 


. Health & Occupation 




Millerstown, PA 


Weis,Adam'12 


Taneytown, MD 


Millrift, PA 


Witty, Laryssa '12 

First-Year Student 


Wamer, Kristi '09 


Business Administration 


White, Kristin '12 


Williams, Bryan '09 


Orange, MA 


Health & Occupation 


Elizabethtown, PA 


First-Year Student 


Criminal Justice 




Hanover, PA 








Woodman, Alyse '10 




Weiss, Lawrence '12 


White, Martina '10 


Williams, Janette '10 


Elementary Education 


Wamer, Matthew '11 


First-Year Student 


Business Administration 


Elementary Ed - Special Education Gilbertsville, PA 


Actuarial Science 


Newark, DE 


Philadelphia, PA 


West Chester, PA 




East Berlin, PA 








Woods, Anna '10 




Weller, Rachel '09 


White, Michael '11 


Williams, StevVe '11 


History 


Warriner, Kimberly 10 


English - Professional Writing 


Biochemistry 


Business Administration 


Pittsburgh, PA 


Elementary Education 






Middletown, PA 




Salem, \| 


Wells, Lauren '09 


White, Theresa '11 




Woodward, Benjamin '11 




English Professional Writing 


Theatre 


Williamson, Lisa '12 


English Education 


Watkins, Rebecca '10 


Lafayette Hill, PA 


Richmond, VA 


First-Year Student 


New Oxford, PA 


Psychology 






Sinking Spring, PA 




} lerndon, VA 


Wells, Stefanie '11 


Whitesell, Bridger '09 




Woodward, Sarah '09 




English Education 


Psychology 


Wilson, Douglas '12 


History 


Watt, Lauren '12 


Westminster, MD 


Hunlock Creek, PA 


lusi Yeai Student 


WestChester, PA 


1 irst- Year Student 






Elysburg, PA 




Elizabeth, PA 


Welsh, Kathryn '09 


Whitley, Gabrielle 11 




Wooldridge, Amie '12 




Business Admin Marketing 


Criminal Justice 


Wilson, Meghan '11 


First-Year Student 


Watts-El, Sapphira '10 


Shillington, PA 


1 itit/, PA 


Health & Occupation 


Langhorne, PA 


Modern Languages Japanese 






Carlisle, PA 






Wendler,Zachary'12 


Whitmore, Jennifer '10 




Wright, Angela '11 


Weaver, Andrea '12 


/ irsl Year Student 


Communications - Corporate Co 


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Shrewsbury, PA 


Essex Fells, NJ 


Political Science 


Baltimore, MD 


East Earl, PA 






Chatsworth, NJ 






Wenger, Brian '12 


Wideman, Samantha '12 




Wu, Angela '11 


Weaver, Danielle '11 


/ irsl Yeai Student 


/ irst-Year Student 




Elementary 1 diication 


Social Work 


Kingsville, MD 


Cherry Hill, NJ 




Hillsborough, NJ 



^Student Directory & Clubs 



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lir-t Yeai Student 
fagelsville, PA 



Yurchak, Jason "09 
Criminal Justice 
FranklinviUe, N] 



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Elcmcntaru Education 
MD 

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Political Science 

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■riogy 
Landisville, PA 



Zabrodd, Danielle 11 



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Student 
Philadelphia PA 

Zamietra, Kristen '09 

. medicine 
Hershej PA 

Zampier, I indsay '11 
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Warrington, PA 




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Bechanicsburg, PA 

Yazzerti, Ernest '10 

Bjppingers Falls, M 

Yeager, Benjamin 10 

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Zapata, Andrea '11 
Business Admin. - Marketing 
1 ancaster, PA 

Zerbe, Alyson '10 

Professional Writing 

Tremont, PA 

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/ tementary I ducation 
Skridge,MD 



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hdley.PA Telford, PA 



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idirv Education 
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■kentown PA 



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Political Science 
V'm Pnw idence PA 

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first-Year Studeni 
1 evittown, PA 



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Uas PA 

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Business Administration 
Quvmbersburg PA 

Zuber, Brandi 10 

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announcements. 



"Keep your dreams aliV£. (Understand to achieve 

anything requires fa ith and belief m yourself, 

vision, hard work, determination, and dedication. 

ftemember all things are possible 

for those who believe? 

- (Hail Severs, flmeriean Olympic Champion 




saying congrats. 



Jr Senior 



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DANIEL ASCANIO 





Tell me how do you remember me 

And all of the nights we could barely sleep 

And you know it's alright 'cause we all seem to know better 

About something that could never be 

Like night and day... 

You wait around 
And I'll do the same 

-Dan Ascanio 






Jr Senior Announcements 



Dear Jeremy, 

From the day they placed you in our arms, you 
have brought us such joy, love, and pride. You 
have accomplished so much, so far, in your life. 
But, there are many more accomplishments 
yet to come. You have grown from such an 
inquisitive little boy into a very amazing young 
man. No matter what path life leads you down, 
alwavs remember, we will always be there to 
support you and cheer you on. 



\JEREMY MATULA 



Congratulations! 

Love always, 

Mom, Dad, Melissa, & Kristin 






"1 hope your dream* take you.. .to the comers of your 
smiles, to the highest of your hopes, to the windows 
of your opportunities, and to the most special places 
your heart has ever known. " 
-Author Unknown 




ALEX POLETTO 




Dear Alex, 

You did it - you earned your degree. Congratulations! We 
are so proud of you and your achievements. Continue to 
pursue your dreams and whatever makes you happy For 
you, nothing is impossible. 

We love you, now and always. You are the "love of our 
lives." 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



Senior Announcements^. 



JENNIFER TARR 




Dear Jennifer: 

Our closing words in your high school yearbook 
were, "Don't follow the paths of others; go where 
there is no path and make your own trail. Chances 
are, others will begin to follow you!" 

Wow! What a difference four years make. You took 
our advice, you forged your own path and you do 
have followers. 

During your years at E-town, you have blossomed 
into an even brighter, self-confident and beautiful 
young woman. We are very proud. 

You seem to know what you want in life, and we 
hope your dreams and goals are ALL attained. 

May your academic success carry with you 
throughout your life. Work hard, be honest, have 
fun. That's what we wish for you. 

Look out world, here comes Jen! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Elizabeth 



ELIZABETH AUBIN 



Elizabeth, 

Your thirst for adventure is only out weighed 
by your determination to help others through 
music. The world is a better place because of 
vou! 



Love, 

Mom and Dad 




JULIE BAUGHMAN 




Dear Julie, 

We are very proud of you. We thank God for 
a precious jewel as you. You are an amazing 
young lady. Congratulations and best of luck 
in the years to come. 

All our love, 

Dad, Mom, Jeffry Jacob, & Jamie 



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SEAN BURROWS 




Congratulations Sean 



You've taken another step and each one gets 
bigger. We're very proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Jen, Sam, Addie, and Stella 



NICHOLAS DIADUK 



Dear Nick, 

Congratulations on your graduation from 
E-town! We are so very proud of the young 
man you have become as well as all of 
your accomplishments. You never cease 
to amaze us! Now the world is your blank 
canvas. We know you will create something 
extraordinary for it. As you go forward into 
the world, remember to stay centered and 
enjoy life's simple 
pleasures. May God 
continue to bless you 
in all your future 
endeavors. 

All our love, 
Mom and Dad 




KRISTEN CONROY 



Kristen, 



"The future belongs to those who believe in the 
beauty of their dreamt." 

-Eleanor Roosevelt 



We 



and 



have always believed in you 

will always be proud of you and your 
accomplishments! DREAM BIG. ..this is only 
the beginning of your life! 



Congratulations! 



Love ya, 

Mom, Dad, & Lindsey 




ANGELA FREELAND 



From the first day of first grade, you have 

made us all so proud! 

Congratulations! We love you! 

Mom, Gpop, The Devines, The Browns, 

The Gallants, and Gmom 

from the moon and the stars 




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GABRIELLE GIANNETTI 



Dear Gabi, 

From little girl to grown woman, you always 
make us so proud. Congratulations on 
graduating. Good luck with your 5th year! 



Love always, 
Mom, Dad, 
Angela, & Anthony 




JEFFREY KIRKOFF 




Congratulations Jeff! 

We are so proud of you. You are a good young 
man. May all your dreams come true. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, Jeremy and Ryan 



JOSEPH HUDZICK 



Joe, 



Every single day, we thank God for the 
blessings he has given to us, and one of our 
greatest blessings is you. We are so incredibly 
proud of the wonderful 
young man you've 
become and want you 
to know that no matter 
what your future holds, 
we will always feel 
privileged to be a part 
of your life. 

Thank you for being 
you! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Ben 




KATIE KRISSMGER 



Katie, 



Four years ago we couldn't imagine you 
leaving home and going to college and now, 
we couldn't imagine it any other way. Your 
goals have led you to great accomplishments 
and we know there are many more to come! 
We are extremely proud of you and love you 
very much! 



(4 down, 2 to go - 
Congratulations!) 



Love, 

Mom, Dad, and 

Lauryn 




Jr Senior 



Announcements 



CHRISTOPHER LYNCH 



Chef Chris, 

Your faith in God, 
family and friends is 
steadfast. 

Your courage walks 
before you. You have 
created a wonderful 
recipe for living. 

Never underestimate what you can do with 
your gifts. 

Love, 
Your Family 




JEFF MASTRANGELO 



"Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! 
Live the life you've imagines. " 
-Henry David Thoreau 

Jeff, congratulations on your graduation! 

We are so very proud of you and all of your 

accomplishments. 

Now the time 

has come for you 

to follow your 

dreams! 

We love you, 
Mom, Dad, Steph 

and Marc 




DONATO MARTINEZ 




Dear Donato, 

We are so proud of you. Congratulations 
on your graduation! We know you will be 
successful in anything you do. 

Love, 

Mom and Sister 




AMANDA MCCANN 



Your smile can light 
up the world! 



Dear Amanda, 

We .are so proud of you. Imagine all that 
you've accomplished so far, and all of life that 
is ahead of you! God has blessed us so much 
by bringing you to be our little girl! 

We wish you all the best in the journey 
ahead. 



1 ove, Mom, Dad, 
& Greg 

You couldn't 
wait to drive! 




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ROEYN MORGAN 



Dear Robyn, 

We could not be prouder of you and your 
accomplishments and know that your greatest 
achievements are yet to come. God has given 
you many special gifts and talents; use them 

r as he would see 

V fit! 

All our love, 
Mom, Dad, and 
Brooke 




JAMES MUNNELLY 




James, 

We are very proud of what you have 
done at E-town. You have worked 
hard as a student and an athlete. You 
should be proud of all that you have 
accomplished. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



REBECCA MURRAY 



Becca, 

We are so proud of you and all of your 
accomplishments. You have grown into an 
amazing and talented young woman. Follow 
your dream! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




ANTHONY NAPOLI 



Dear Anthony, 

Congratulations on your college graduation. 
We are so proud of you! May the future hold 
for you all the love and happiness you have 
given us. 



All our love, 
Mom, Dad, and 
Mikey 




Senior Announcements 



ERTNPTLUGH 




IYA - from one graduation to another 
a world of experiences! 
We are so proud of you! 



JACQUELINE TROTTER 



Jacqueline, 

We are so very proud of you and of all your 

accomplishments. We know you will have a 
successful and prosperous future. You have 
always worked so hard, in everything you do. 
We know you love the career that you have 
chosen. And that means so much, when you 
enjoy your work. 
Good luck my 
beautiful daughter, 
and have a happy 
and wonderful life. 

I ove you always 
and forever, 
Mom, Dad, and 
Nicole 
XOXOXO 




CHRIS REGENSBURG 



Dear Christopher, 

We love you very much. As you begin your 
new journey always know we support you, 
and we are very proud of you. We are your 
biggest fans. 



Love, 

Dad, Mom, Jeffrey, 
Brian, Mimi, Bacca, 
Mom -mom, & 
Pop- pop 





MKEAZZALINA 



Dear Michael, 

We are so proud of you and 
all your accomplishments 
at E-town. God oless you 
always as you embark into 
this new chapter of your life. 
Congratulations! Our love is 
always with you. 

I cue. 

Mom, Dad, and Joseph 



Dear V 



iREA BEARD 



Congratulations on your graduation ,ind 
successful years at E-town. 
We are very proud ot you! 
May all your dreams come 



I o\e. 

Mom, Dad, and fill 




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ALBERT CHOUTE 






Dear Albert, 

We are so proud of you. 
Congratulations on your 
graduation. We know you will be 
successful in anything you do. God 
bless you. 


i 
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Love, 

Mom, Dad, Rony, & Alan 


Mf\ 



ERIKA FARKAS 



It has been a long time since 

you were a little girl with hopes 

and dreams and now you are 

graduating from Elizabethtown 

and going on to law school. 

What an amazing journey we 

have traveled together with 

only more destinations to come. Congratulations 

and best of luck in everything you do! 

Love, Mom, Dad and Alek 




AMANDA GOLAS 




Congratulations Amanda! 
We are so proud of your many 
accomplishments! We wish 
you all the best that life has to 
offer. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Emily & Trixie 



JASMINE GOLLUP 




Your hard work. dciiTniin:iii<ni 

and perseverance. 

has made your dream c 

Keep dreaming those ( 

and know that we're 

alwavs here for you. 

With much PRIDE & LOVE, 

Mom. Dad & Eric 



NICOLE KELLOGG 



Dear Nicki, 

It has been our joy to watch you 
grow. We are so thankful that 
God placed you in our lives. 
Congratulations and be proud 
of all you have done. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




STACEY LEHMAN 



Congratulations Stacey. 

We are so very proud of you. Your talents will 
shine at UPenn! 



Love, 

Mom and Dad 




SARAH LEVINE 




Sarah, 

H We are so very proud of you. 
$& ^ ou have done an amazing job! 
'$f$ Carry the love of the Lord with 
you wherever you go. 

All our love, 

Mom and Dad 



JASON MATAKAS 



The little boy who brought 
us so much joy has become a 
remarkable young man. We 
are grateful for the decisions 
you have made and proud of 
the person you have decided 
to become. 

With much love from Mom 
and Dad 




' Senior Announcements 



RYAN MCDONALD 




Dear Ryan, 

Congratulations on your 
graduation. We are so proud 
of you. We know \in\ will 
continue to be successful in 
all you do. 

All our love, 

Worn, Dad, Dan, Pat and 

Will 



SARAH MCFARLAND 



"Lifeis filled with lesson plans, 

let the learning stop even when the 

teaching begins!" -Ryan McFarland 

Sarah, we are so proud! Let the 
wind take your sailboat and dreams 
wherever you want to go! 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, Josh, and Ryan 




BRANDON METZ 




Brandon, 

You are an amazing young man! 
With all you hard work you have 
received a degree in Mathematics 
and become a riner trumpet player. 
We are so proud of you and we 
wish you well in all your future 
endeavors. 

Love, 

Mom, Heather, Grandma. 
& Pappaw 









RACHEL MOATZ 



Dear Rao, 



Your 4 years at Eli/abethtown College 
have flown by. We are so proud of all 
you've achieved, and know you will 
continue to amaze us. Congratulations 
on receiving your International 
Business degree - now go conquer 
your part of the world! 

LYMI, 

Daddy, Mommee, & Mike 




DAN MOLL 



Dear Daniel, 

Congratulations on a job well done! We couldn't 
be any more proud of you then we are today. You 
have winked so hard and have gained so much. We 
truly admire the determination you showed in the 
goals you set for yourself and for reaching them. 
Ma\ success L md happiness follow you as you 
continue your journey in pursuing your career. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, David & Kevin 



LAURA MOYER 



Congratulations on achieving your goal! 

The world is yours - seize it and let your 

dreams become reality! 

We love you! 
( i'pa and G'ma Miner 



KAREN ORNDORF 



Karen, 

We are so proud of you. You 
are not onlj smart, but your 
fun-loving good -hearted 

nature will help you go a long 
way in life. 

"line "la More!" 
Dad, Mom and Cindy 




Kayh n. 



KAYLYNPARMAN 



You always did enjoy going to 
school and now you will be the 
reason other children will be 
eager to be there. i.ood luck 
on your teaching career Miss 
Parman! We are so proud of you. 
i ongratulations! 

All our love, 

Mom, Pad, and Kendall 




Senior Announcements* 



JENNIFER PETERSON 



Congratulations, Jen ! 

We are so proud of you. Remember 
when we told you to "REACH 
FOR THE STAR'S", well you did. 
Now the best of life is still to come 
to you. 

Good Luck in Graduate School. 

All our love, 

Mom, Dad, Kristen & Jack 




THOMAS SEMANEK 



Dear Tommy, 

You did it. Congratulations! 
We are all so very proud of 
you, and we know all your 
dreams will come true. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Drew 




X Swoyersville 



LISA SETHER 



Dear Lisa, 

Congratulations on your 
Graduation. May all your 
dreams and wishes come true. 
Remember Lisa, for every 
| ending there's a new beginning 
■ and for every memory, there's 
a dream ahead. You have our utmost love, respect and 
support for your future endeavors. 

Love Mom, Dad, Andrew, Matthew, Nana and Papa 
(and Tiffany!). 




SHANNON SINCLAIR 



Dear Shannon, 

These four years have gone by so 
quickly. We are blessed to have 
you for our daughter. Be proud 
of who you are and what you 
have done. You are amazing. 




We love you. 
Daddy, Mommy, 
Michael 



Krista, and 



NICOLE TERAN 




Congratulations 
Nicole! 
From your parents you learned how 

to love, how to laugh, and how to 

walk.. .From your third grade teacher 

Mrs. Doane, you were inspired to be a 

"Teacher." We are so proud of the many 

goals you have achieved. All of your hard 

work has paid off! You continually fill our 

hearts with pride and joy as you grow into 

a wonderful woman! May God bless you 

as you begin this new chapter in your life! 

Remember, we are always here for you! 

All our love, 
Mom, Dad, & Mike 



JEANETTE VANDERWERF 



Jeanette, 

We are all so very proud of you. 
Congratulations on achieving this 
milestone. It is another stepping 
stone on your journey. Savor the 
moment, sunshine; then continue 
to explore your unique potential. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom and Nathaniel 




REBECCA VONFUNK 



Congratulations Becki 



Your dedication 

perseverance have 



and 
been 
rewarded and will continue to 
serve you well. This is just the 
beginning of a wonderful life. 

Your proud and loving family, 
Mom, Dad, and Doug 




KALTLYN WIELAND 



Congratulations on your 
graduation! We're so proud 
of you. You will be successful 
in anything you do. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, & Adam 




Senior Announcements 




On behalf of the Conestogan Yearbook, 
our editorial board congratulates the 
Elizabethtown College Class of 2009! 



Senior Announcements'^ 183 



Colophon 




The Conestogan Yearbook, volume 87, was produced by a select few ot Elizabethtown College students. Taylor 
Publishing in Dallas, Texas printed the publication, which was overseen by plant account executive Robert Porter. 
Elizabethtown College's local representative, Ed Patrick, Jr. offered assistance in production stages, financial matters, and 
contributed ample advice. Also from Taylor Publishing, Creative Artist Seana Litt aided in the hands-on aspects of the 
book. Individual student portraits, in addition to a vast majority of candids, were taken by Herff Jones Photography, Inc., 
which was represented by account executive Mark Huff. One high-end Canon EOS Rebel XTi was used for the campus 
life and club group shots, with all photographs being printed in the CMYK format. This year's cover was designed by 
the Conestogan staff, with support given by Stphen Williams from Taylor Publishing. The 2009 edition was produced 
using two Dell Optiplex 755 machines running Microsoft Windows XP and Adobe Creative Suite 3. In the Creative 
Suite, InDesign and Photoshop were used for layout design and image manipulation, respectively. Fonts that were applied 
throughout the book included, but were not limited to: Alfonso, Birch, Book Antiqua, CooperplateT, Goudy Old Style, 
and Palatino Linotype. 

Editorial Board 

Kevin J. Smith, Editor-in-Chief 

Jennifer F. Fimmano, Assistant Editor 

Steven D. Vernaci, Director of Business Operations 

Kristin E. Callaghan, Group Photo Coordinator 

Christina L. Darretta, Layout Editor 

Joshua R. Ford, Lawut Editor 

Leann M. Johnson, Assistant Sports Editor 

Joseph S. Kantor, Photographer 
Christopher E. Lynch, Campus Life Editor 
Erin M. Pflugh, Sports Editor 
Emily M. Reigart, Copy Editor 
Joseph M. Allen, Staff Advisor 

With the completion oi tins hook, there are many thanks to he given: Lori Burke and James Miller from College 
Relations, Diana Lynn Horn and Benjamin Goodhart from the Business Office, Mark Clapper and Barry Freidly 
from Alumni Relations, Dehra Althoff and the entire staff ot Registration and Records, and Michael Swanson from the 
Fine &. Performing Arts Department. Our staff would also like to thank the following: Information and Technology 
Services, Mail Services, Administration/Senior Staff, Athletic Coaches, Resident Assistants and Area Coordinators, and 
the Elizabethtown's student body. 

The Conestogan has been the official yearbook at Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, PA for eighty-seven years. 
Editorial content does not necessarily reflect the views of the College and/or its affiliates. Address any questions, 
comments, and/or inquiries to: Editor, Conestogan Yearbook, One Alpha Drive, Elizabethtown, PA 17022-2298. Our 
office is located in BSC #246. Contact Information: (p) 717.361.1107 (0 717.361.3772 (e) conestogan@etown.edu (w) 
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